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A kékek előtt egy kis érdekesség, az idei Google keresések listáján a Diablo 3 kulcsszó bekereste magát a 2012-es év 5. helyére.

A PvP-ről esett néhány szó, a fejlesztők tudják, hogy mennyire fontos a PvP, és bár a játék nem PvP központú, de tudják, hogy már most készülnek a PvP-re épített buildek, amit az 1.0.7-es patch-ben a duel segítségével már ki is lehet próbálni. Ezenkívül még megjegyzi, hogy a PvP rendszer nincs leselejtezve, de a TDM helyett, valami egészen más fog majd érkezni.

A Goldspamről is esett néhány szó, a fejlesztők tudják, hogy komoly probléma, és küzdenek is ez ellen. Ezután is reportoljuk őket, mert a jelenlegi Friend Request rendszer miatt tudnak nekünk üzenni.

Ezenkívül egy hosszabb értekezés született, a hivatalos fórumot ellepő trollokról, és zaklatókról. Kifejtik, hogy tudják, hogy sohasem lesz a teljes közösség mindig elégedett, de a túlságosan is zaklató vagy sértő magatartás következményekkel jár.

A kékeket, a tovább után találjátok.

Forrás: battle.net, diablofans

While this is not true for everybody, we totally acknowledge that a lot of people feel this way. Because PvP is so extremely important to quite a few people, it is important to us that the PvP systems we will implement actually work well and are fun to play, and we did not feel this was the case for Team Deathmatch mode for the reasons explained in the blog.

In regards to Diablo II, that game was never really designed as a PvP game, but over time a PvP culture developed around the duelling system that resulted in a lot of people putting a lot of effort of that game into creating and gearing duelling characters. This should hopefully become possible in Diablo III as well come patch 1.0.7.

Again, it is important to emphasise that PvP in Diablo III hasn’t been scrapped. While Team Deathmatch mode might not happen in the format that was shown at BlizzCon, something else will.

Just like the botters you mentioned, we take reports concerning gold spam very seriously and are continuing to take steps to combat it. As long as you are taking the time to report and block these users, then you are helping us ensure that we’re aware of which players are attempting to abuse the friend request system so that we can investigate them and take action against them.

We’re always looking to improve your online experience, and that includes the reporting system. Thanks for taking the time to give us feedback!

As someone who’s been browsing these forums daily since their inception, I not only understand your eagerness to check up on the buzz surrounding the Diablo III community, but also the frustration you feel whenever you see complaints from players who are sometimes being less than constructive.

Here’s the thing: there are lots of people out there that enjoy Diablo III, and I’d wager that the majority of players posting here are doing so because they are passionate about the game and want to offer insight to make it even better. But there are also some players that simply like to stir the pot. My best suggestion for the latter is to down-vote their posts and take advantage of the “Ignore” feature if you feel they are being detrimental to the community — and to use the “Report” function if they are outright breaching the forum’s Code of Conduct or Posting Guidelines. Using inappropriate language or harassing other players or employees is never okay, and we do our best to weed out such behavior from our forums.

As we’ve said many times before, we do appreciate feedback and constructive discussions, and we try our best to cultivate an environment where players feel comfortable discussing all things Diablo III. We realize the forums aren’t always going to be overflowing with rainbow unicorns and fluffy teddy bears, but that’s to be expected, and we truly do appreciate the continued passion of the Diablo III community.

Only idiots and egoists disregard good advice or feedback because their pride was hurt.
I wanted to jump in really quickly to say that this is the sort of exchange can lead to account actions. While players are welcome to disagree with each other, it is never acceptable on our forums to name-call or harass other players. It only hinders constructive conversation and makes those of us on this end ready our ban-hammers. Remember that discussing the game or one’s opinions of the game is okay, but attacking or belittling other players for their opinions isn’t.