- May 21, 2011
The site is not even trying to seem legit and Blizzard doesn't usually communicate that type of numbers. That's what makes me skeptic.
Not once has a NPC tried to molest me in D4. And not a single one has come out as gay.
I know D4 had huge mainstream marketing. Wasn't aware of any for BG3 (so if there's, it wasn't significant). Or maybe you mean something different by 'mainstream marketing'.I always do my best Carl Benjamin smug chuckle when people throw around concurrent player numbers as an indicator of how good BG3 actually is. Like I'm supposed to be surprised or impressed that the game that was promoted with the mainstream, big budget version of "This game will make you cum ten times in five minutes!" sold like candy-coated crack.
Weaksauce.Now at level 72, the game feels very easy at the highest difficulty, I've completed almost all side quests, found all altars of Lilith, did a bunch of nightmare dungeons (a.k.a. the only part of the game that's still hard), tried "Echo of Lilith" only to realize it's just a repeat of the final boss fight with insane numbers so screw that that...
It's been fun, despite the obvious flaws. I hope that in the future Blizzard adds some proper expansions, and not just this seasonal stuff that demands a new character.
But for now, after over 100 hours of gameplay, I am finally done with Diablo 4.
LOOOL, Blizzard is worse than I thought: