You guys (cm’s) are clearly active but never chime in onto the most pressing matters for the future of the franchise.
We’d like to have 8 player parties and scaling up to play with all our friends.
Diablo 3 limited parties to four players so we can’t play with our friends
We’d like to have an offline mode to play when we want to despite of an internet connection. Diablo dev’s could easily make a token system where you download a token ever so often to grant offline play for awhile much like how starcraft or steam does.
Diablo 3 devs used the argument that always online would prevent botting and item dupes and all it did was prevent dupes and trading was removed so what was the point
We’d like to have open trading despite the dev’s saying there won’t be full trading.
Saying that there will be limited trading isn’t what the community is asking for
By allowing items to have some real world value attached to them will inspire people to play the game and try to find that “uber” rare item to either trade with people or gloat about how lucky they are.
It’s basically like a gold rush for people to have real value attached to digital pixels. Super motivating and we all know it.
If black markets spring up in their wake it’s okay they can be shut down and those people that purchase from those websites can be banned.
Blizzard needs to get back in the business of selling games again and not just live services.
There’s comments on theads like “quit season 19 thanks to the rewards” “Bazooka’s not dead” “2.6.8 item wishlist” “bug barbarian passive” “system down again”
Any post being critical on D3 and the future of the franchise is ignored. Could we start getting some community managers to chime in with information about showing that the community is being heard and dev feedback?