A new week is a good time for a new poll, and the subject seems pretty obvious. Inferno! It’s hard, but not impossible. Although it offers no new areas (that we know of yet), it opens up the entire gameworld for end game play, with monster AI tweaks and features to greatly increase your hunting grounds for high-end loots.
Is Blizzard’s current Inferno plan great? Good enough, to start? Were you hoping for end game content that was all new and different? Or would you prefer them to just bring back the easily-exploitable D2 system of endless runs of the same areas? Hit an option that matches your opinion, and we’ll get some community consensus.
Do You like the idea of the Inferno 4th difficulty level?
- 1) Inferno is a great concept and I eagerly await it. (51%, 3,487 Votes)
- 2) It's okay, for a start at least. But I want MOAR. (39%, 2,665 Votes)
- 4) Not a big fan, but it's not a terrible idea. (5%, 355 Votes)
- 3) Don't know. Don't care. (3%, 202 Votes)
- 5) Strong dislike, for a myriad of reasons I'm eager to elucidate in comments. (1%, 94 Votes)
Total Voters: 6,803
Last Vote Result
The last vote gave you guys a chance to share your feelings about RMT in general, and in Diablo III. By these results, it’s clear that most people, if not the 2/3 Jay Wilson cites, are okay with D3’s RMT, though it appears that just about 50% of respondents dislike RMT in concept, if the developers are the ones selling the win.
How do you feel about Real Money Trading in video games?
- 2) It’s okay. Time is money. So long as the $ doesn’t guarantee an insurmountable advantage. (35%, 1,667 Votes)
- 5) Hate it. Real $ should have no place in video gaming power balance (29%, 1,390 Votes)
- 4) Opposed on principle, but the D3 model is tolerable, since it’s just player to player trading. (21%, 1,004 Votes)
- 1) It’s awesome. Money should afford advantages in everything, including gaming. (9%, 427 Votes)
- 3) Don’t know. Don’t care. (6%, 244 Votes)
Total Voters: 4,732