Diablo 3 RoS Beta: Torment auch für Patch 2.0.x

von Norbert Raetz, Mittwoch, 15.01.2014, 18:20 Uhr

Nachdem CM Nevalistis uns gestern bereits darüber informiert hatte, dass es mit dem nächsten Diablo 3 Reaper of Souls Beta Patch keinen Account-Reset geben wird, folgen heute weitere interessante Infos zur zukünftigen Entwicklung der Erweiterung und des Pre-Expansion Patches 2.0.x.


D3 RoS Schwierigkeitsgrade

Den Schwierigkeitsgrad Torment wird's auch für Vanilla Diablo 3 geben


Die wichtigste betrifft die Verfügbarkeit der Schwierigkeitsgrade, die den Vanilla (Classic) Diablo 3 Spielern auf dem öffentlichen Testrealm (PTR) bisher nur in begrenztem Umfang zugänglich sind und mit dem nächsten Update deutlich ausgeweitet werden.


Folgendes wird sich mit dem nächsten Beta Patch bei den Spielschwierigkeitsgraden sowohl für RoS als auch für Classic Diablo 3 ändern:

  • Der Spielschwierigkeitsgrad Torment wird jetzt bereits ab Stufe 60 freigeschaltet (vorher Stufe 70). Damit wird Torment jetzt sowohl für RoS als auch für Classic Diablo 3 (auf dem PTR) verfügbar.
  • Zum Ausgleich wird der Spielschwierigkeitsgrad Master verschoben und ist bereits dann verfügbar, wenn Akt 4 abgeschlossen wurde (vorher erst ab Stufe 60).
  • Die drei Spielschwierigkeitsgrade Normal, Hard und Expert stehen sofort zur Verfügung.
  • Alle o.g. Änderungen sind accountweit, d.h. es reicht wenn ein Charakter die entsprechenden Zugangsbedingungen erfüllt hat.
  • Es steht derzeit noch nicht fest, welche Torment-Level (von 1 bis 6) den Classic Diablo 3 Spielern zur Verfügung stehen werden. Infos hierzu sollen folgen.

Nachfolgend die originalen Blueposts:

We've heard some pretty significant feedback regarding the current difficulties available to players on the PTR. As a result, the intent next PTR patch is for Torment to unlock once you reach level 60, which will provide access to players both on the PTR and Closed Beta.
As a result, the intent next PTR patch is for Torment to unlock once you reach level 60, which will provide access to players both on the PTR and Closed Beta.

To compensate for Torment unlocking at level 60, in the next PTR/Beta patch the requirements for Master are going to shift and the difficulty will now unlock after you complete Act IV. \o/
Is this to only test torment in the PTR or is this how it will run live?

While we do want to test the change itself on the PTR, it's not a PTR-only change (if that makes sense). Once 2.0.1 goes live, the goal is for players to be able to unlock Master difficulty after completing Act IV on one of their characters, and then unlock Torment difficulty after they reach 60 on one of their characters.

This change will available for testing in the next PTR patch. (For clarity, the change will also affect the Beta, not just the PTR.)
I read that as "We (players) will need to complete all of act IV in Master before we can test torment difficulty". Is that correct?

Negative. As noted above, the way it'll work in the next PTR/Beta patch is that Master difficulty will unlock for your account after you've completed Act IV on one of your characters, and Torment difficulty will unlock after you've reached level 60 on one of your characters.
Don't think so. It's more like completing Act IV unlocks Master, level 60 unlocks Torment but it's very confusing. Master difficulty is currently open from the beginning so…. @Nevalistis?

Note that the "unlock" is account-wide, not character specific. So, once a difficulty is unlocked, it's available to every character on your account, even brand new ones.

Master is probably open for you because you've already met the criteria for it on at least once of your heroes (right now Master unlocks at level 60). The only difficulties that don't have an unlock component are Normal, Hard, and Expert, which are available right from the start.

Edited to add: Sorry for the confusion! I'll amend my previous post to make things a little more clear. :)
So to clarify, does this mean it's possible to have Torment unlocked without having Master unlocked if we don't have the expansion/Beta?

You're talking about an outlier scenario where someone who hasn't already killed Diablo at least once by the time that patch 2.0.1 goes live decides that he/she wants to grind up to level 60 without ever completing Act IV? (Just clarifying exactly what you're asking here.)

Note: Using your account as an example, when patch 2.0.1 goes live, Master difficulty would be unlocked for you because you've already killed Diablo at least once (and thus completed Act IV). Similarly, Torment difficulty would be unlocked for you because have a level 60 on your account.

Right now on the PTR and in Beta, Master unlocks at level 60 and Torment at level 70. In the next PTR/Beta patch, we're planning to change this so that Master unlocks once you complete Act IV (i.e. kill Diablo) and Torment unlocks once you hit level 60*. This would be regardless of whether or not you purchase the expansion**.

*You only need to meet the corresponding criteria on one of your characters to unlock the difficulty for your entire account.

**Still clarifying what levels of Torment will available for non-RoS players. Will get back to you on that.

Quelle: US PTR Forum

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