Official Diablo 3 Site Stripped Back

Official Diablo 3 Site Stripped Back

There’s been a change on the official Diablo 3 site which hasdiablo 3 been stripped back to the bare necessities. This is something we also saw happen with the official Diablo 2 site.

Now there’s a big “Buy Now” image at the top with a simple new posts listing. Many of the other official sites have been changed in style over the months and the StarCraft 2 site has also been changed to this new format. The other sites for the really active games are now all flashy.

The question is, are Blizzard preparing for something new? Is this being changed now so it’s lower maintenance in the future? Why remove the clickable chat gem at the bottom which has been there since the Diablo 2 days?

The scaling back of an official site happened with Diablo 2 so it could be happening again ahead of something new. Interesting times leading up to BlizzCon.

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    12 thoughts on “Official Diablo 3 Site Stripped Back

    1. I just want an amazing Diablo MMO filled to the brim with new content every so many months. It can be filled with micro-transactions…….whatever…..TAKE MY MONEY, FUCK YOU. Give me a Necromancer and a Druid and 5 billion interesting locations to explore with friends, JUST DO IT.

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    2. Is it just me or is IncGamers lately being flooded by the gang of brainless retards that previously infested the Blizzard forums?

      It seems like those counterproductive and brainless people are now starting to spread their cancer here as well. I have noticed this around when the original Blizzard forums switched to their new layout.

        • The reason why I joined DiabloInc was because of the following things:

          – Members appeared like they were here for a long time and were playing at least D2 if not D1, before D3 launched
          – Members appear to be calm, mature, knowledgeable, informed, realistic but also passionate about Diablo
          – Members that respect each other, and treat each other as fellow Diablo fans
          – Members usually stem from generation X to Y (this was especially the case before D3 launched)
          – Now with generation Z infesting the internet’s (lol) I feel like I am in the silly movie “Idiocracy” after just waking up from cryosleep.

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