New Diablo 3 character profiles
New Diablo 3 character profiles are out now and it has been said that more functionality is going to be added to them in the future, with Blizzard launching this on Battle.net there is so much on offer and they highlight how the profiles provide for “easy sharing, comparing, and refining of your heroes as you pursue monster-slaying mastery.”
These profiles will allow gamers to view their heroes’ gear, stats, and skills, along with how your character has developed, their most prominent gear bonuses, skills that comprise their current build, and what are they wielding in each slot. This is also ideal for those who want to track their progress, see how many acts they have cleared, the bosses defeated in each difficulty and how far you have leveled up.
Take the chance to find out your play time (by class) throughout your whole Diablo 3 career and get information on how many monsters and elites you’ve slain, as well as sharing details with friends. The Friends tab gives you the opportunity to see your BattleTag friends’ characters, so that you can quickly compare notes on gear, skill and rune choices. Character Profiles are now available on Battle.net and those who login with their Battle.net account (in the upper-right hand corner of the site’s screen) can access character profiles from any page on the Diablo III community site.
In other Diablo 3 news, our latest article refers to the success of the game and also highlights recent issues that have occurred. Not only do we mention the fact that it has had its fair share of problems, we also look at the positives and that Diablo 3 has sold 10 million. Do you feel that Diablo III is one of the best PC games you have ever played? Maybe you have a few others in mind.
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