Diablo III is definitely coming to consoles, so we're covering news and updates for the game. No, it isn't official but I mean…come on. How many more Blizzard employees have to confirm the console version it before it's "official?"
Anyway, based on beta feedback, the team is prepared to make some significant changes. According to an update over at the Diablo III Blog , we're looking at a few system changes: first up is the disappearance of Scrolls of Identification. Now, all you'll have to do is right click (not sure what button that'll be on the PS3 or 360 controller), wait a few seconds, and the stats of an item will be revealed. They're also taking out the Cauldron of Jordan and the Nephalem Cube, because keeping them wouldn't give players enough incentive to return to town. To go back to town, just use the Stone of Recall.
Blizzard is also making changes to the core character attributes, the Mystic Artisan has been removed, and the blacksmith will be able to salvage items for players. These new alterations will be seen in an upcoming patch, so beta testers will be able to try out the new and improved Diablo III . As for a release date… 'sigh' Still hoping.
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