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Diablo III Patch Notes Errata

A post to the Diablo III Forums has some additional patch notes for the new version 1.04 patch that just went live in the action/RPG sequel. This lists a number of details and cosmetic changes included in the patch at the time, but not listed, and they say if they recall any other omissions they will make a further follow-up.

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8. Re: Diablo III Patch Notes Errata Aug 23, 2012, 14:19 deqer
Verno wrote on Aug 23, 2012, 14:15:
deqer wrote on Aug 23, 2012, 14:05:
Why you supporting the game? You feel you owe to yourself to push on and keep playing because you spent $60?

Just eat the $60 and move on, dude.

Don't support these companies and their development practice of rushing products and patching later.

Just stop playing.

Uh, its his money, not yours there little fella. It's already spent anyway, he isn't "supporting" anything by just playing the game and having fun. It's a patch of largely positive changes that are moving things in the right direction, you can't put a negative spin on that just because you have a hard on for Blizzard.
I'm not surprised with your response, because you're another victim as well just like this guy. You've spoken already about how you're revisiting/playing after these updates. So, I'm not surprised.

And yes, by continuing to play, he is supporting the company. By having less people play, the game eventually dies and the company eventually learns. So far, I see they've learned nothing. No proof whatsoever that they've learned anything. They just feed you a couple of cookies, and you're already back on board playing it again? lulz.

Companies taking advantage of whats known as "Patching", is what's happening here. You're supporting that. You should not.

Back in the day, a patch was really a patch. It was rare, and it only fixed critical bugs. Back in the day, a game was not rushed out the door. It was tested.
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