Blizzard Entertainment launched the next chapter of Diablo on Tuesday, the Diablo 3 but on closed beta yet. And one of the most powerful foe? The Phisher.
The Phisher is not actually in the game or opponent in the last levels when you play. Instead, the game maker warned gamers that invitations to have a dry run for the new RPG game is being sent through emails. If you received this kind of email, Blizzard recommends you to log in into your battle.net account to check if this is legitimate and not a scam, also to see of the beta account has been granted.
In the closed beta test of Diablo 3, gamers will be able to play the whole scene in the Act 1 with any of the five hero classes that they want to bring – The demon hunter, monk, wizard, doctor, and barbarian – and take on with the Skeleton King alone or cooperatively with other adventurers, according to Blizzard. Gamers can also meet up with some of the followers, artisans, and other key characters from the sanctuary, they can also try crafting systems and game skills.
Diablo fanatics have waited for more than two years since the last announcement of Diablo 3. The game maker did not announce or gave a hint for the exact release date but this closed beta test is sort of invitation or an indication that the release date is drawing near.
“This closed beta test is an important milestone for us as we enter the final stages of development on Diablo III,” according to the chief exectutive and cofounder of Blizzard Entertainment, Mike Morhaime, “Our goal is to create the best action role-playing game experience to date, building on everything we’ve learned since the release of Diablo II and incorporating the powerful features of the new Battle.net platform. We hope players enjoy participating in the beta test and we look forward to hearing their feedback.”