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Your gothic 2 setup.exe will redirect to your requested content shortly. Your browser will redirect to your requested content shortly. Please forward this error screen to neon. Diablo III is a dungeon crawler action role-playing game developed and published by Blizzard Entertainment.

An expansion pack, titled Reaper of Souls, was released for the PC versions of the game in March 2014, and was later released for consoles as part of the Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition version in August 2014. Diablo III received critical acclaim, although its always-on DRM feature was criticized. The game set a new record for fastest-selling PC game by selling over 3. 5 million copies in the first 24 hours of its release, and was the best selling PC game of 2012, selling over 12 million copies. The inventory has sixty slots for items. Armor and weaponry each occupy two slots and all other items each occupy one slot.

It can also be expanded to include details about the character’s attributes. Much like in Diablo and Diablo II, the quality and attributes of equipment are randomized. The proprietary engine incorporates Blizzard’s custom in-house physics, and features destructible environments with an in-game damage effect. The developers sought to make the game run on a wide range of systems without requiring DirectX 10. As in Diablo II, multiplayer games are possible using Blizzard’s Battle.

An enhanced quest system, a random level generator, and a random encounter generator are used in order to ensure the game provides different experiences when replayed. Unlike previous iterations, gold can be picked up merely by touching it, or coming within range, adjusted by gear, rather than having to manually pick it up. Skill runes, another new feature, are skill modifiers that are unlocked as the player levels up. Unlike the socketable runes in Diablo II, skill runes are not items but instead provide options for enhancing skills, often completely changing the gameplay of each skill. As in Diablo II, Diablo III gives players the choice to make hardcore characters. Players are required to first level up a regular character to level 10 before they have the option to create new Hardcore characters. Two types of artisans can be introduced by completing a quest for each: Haedrig Eamon the Blacksmith and Covetous Shen the Jeweler.

The Reaper of Souls expansion introduced the Mystic artisan, who can replace individual item enchantments and change the physical appearance of items. Followers are NPC allies that can accompany the player throughout the game world. There are three followers in Diablo III: Kormac the Templar, Lyndon the Scoundrel and Eirena the Enchantress, who each possess their own skills and background. As followers fight alongside the player, they gain new experience, skills, and equipment as they level up. The real-money auction house was not available in Hardcore mode. Prior to release, Blizzard stated that nearly everything that drops on the ground, including gold, could be traded with other players either directly or through the auction house system. Aside from certain bound on account items, such as the Staff of Herding needed to access the Whimsyshire easter egg, Blizzard stated there would be very few items that would be bound to a particular character and therefore un-tradable.