Battle.net now has a
preview of the upcoming patch for Diablo III that will bring the
action/RPG sequel to version 2.3.0. They describe a new overhaul of the crafting
system, a new zone that will help usher in new bounties and changes to the
bounty system, changes to Nephalem and Greater Rifts, and a better payoff for
Infernal Machines. They don't specify when the patch will go live, but they do
invite players to preview it on the PTR.
Saboth wrote on Aug 4, 2015, 21:21: No clue how all of these people are putting hundreds or thousands of hours into D3. I farmed, farmed, farmed, and it just got really boring. I'd gladly play $40-$50 for a graphically updated D2.
No matter how old you get, high-schoolers remain the same age. Similarly, there's always a demographic of dumb people who are new to games and have not developed a sense of discernment. Especially in the day and age where people offload 90% of their brain onto Google search.
I'd too gladly pay for a functional and preferably revamped Diablo2. Sadly that will never happen.