Diablo III previews Greyhollow Island for Patch 2.4

    
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Creepy even by the setting's standards!

There are lots of different flavors of creepy in Diablo III. Obviously, players are dealing with a world of the demonic at all times, but that doesn’t mean there can’t be scarier things than demons in the world. Greyhollow Island is coming in patch 2.4, and whilst it’s more than likely tied to demonic goings-on, it’s still creepy in an entirely different fashion than the usual collection of flame-and-blood demons clustered hither and yon.

A civilization once made its home upon the island, but very little is known about it; the residents turned to some dark entity for power, then collapse and fell into ruin. Would-be explorers seeking to find out the truth of the island have universally seen their efforts end in death and misery. Players will hopefully have better luck when they traverse the ominous locale with the next major patch. A preview video is available just below for those who want a closer look at the unfriendly environs.

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Zeneren (mateuszpachnik)
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dthblayde I stated the fact that annoys me and is in my opinion bad even very bad, i know what the Jay w. wanted and look where he went after the failure Diablo originally was. 
In addition with a nice accent of “F. that loser”
You said it was “exactly the joke” and i meant that the joke was the state of the game when it came out, and the person responsible for stating that old diablo was just not fun…
That designer decision team is not working on diablo 3, 2.0 v. Look at how good the joke was 
“shrug”

pcgneurotic
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pcgneurotic

DahkohtLewin pcgneurotic Koshelkin Good point! I’m getting excited for this now. :D

dthblayde
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dthblayde

Zeneren (mateuszpachnik) dthblayde 
Might want to re-read your own post; it’s nothing but a complaint from opening to closing line. Whatever. I was merely explaining -why- the Whimsyshire map exists at all. To.. ya know, maybe give a little insight as to “what the designer team thought” when they put the map in.

Also not sure where you thought I was addressing a general audience. *shrugs*

Zeneren (mateuszpachnik)
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Zeneren (mateuszpachnik)

dthblayde i was not complaining and please do not take vocal forum minority for general diablo audience…

DahkohtLewin
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DahkohtLewin

pcgneurotic Koshelkin Watch during Christmas week , there’s sure to be a half off sale on the expansion again , well worth it to me.

DahkohtLewin
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DahkohtLewin

Koshelkin Agreed , after the RoS expansion and removal of the AH this has become an awesome game.

pcgneurotic
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pcgneurotic

Koshelkin pcgneurotic Thanks for the info! :)

dthblayde
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dthblayde

Zeneren (mateuszpachnik) Thats exactly the joke. When D3 was first announced, people complained that the colors were too drab and washed out; that there was no color or life to the game and everything looked dull. One April Fools Day, screenshots were released of the new “color palette” and it was this ridiculously bright and colorful landscape with rainbows and unicorns prancing about. Which of course became the new “cow level”

Noble_Einherjar
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Zulika_Mi_Nam I was in the same boat. Once they turned D3 into an actual game, it turned out to be a pretty darn good one.

Koshelkin
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pcgneurotic The original game stayed mostly the same with 3 playable acts but you also got additions like bounty-/adventuremode, seasons, rifts and I guess the map which is announced in this article, too. It’s recommended to get RoS but there should be alot of new things for owners of the basegame, too.