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Changes to diablo 3 that I hope to see when PvP comes, these are just some quick thoughts...
-Crit hit chance and damage taken off for pvp (The way I see it, it just unbalances the game so much. And if these would be gone it would give worth for alot of items.)
-Life on hit taken away.. life steal is great alone and LoH just complicates things...
-Puplic games we could scroll, like in D2 so we would know what games were PvP and were not.
-Need to get more players in one game so PvP would be more fun than 4 ppl in one game.
-ALOT more of legendary items that give even the weirdest specs to be viable in pvp.
It may have been mentioned, but a repeat won't hurt..
With regards to maps and terrain, I hope they utilize things like the slowing pools in Act II, choke points like bridges, LoS features both big and small, maybe even multi tiered zones.
Toss in elements like a gladitorial arena where elite mobs spawn every so often to attack randomly or spawn for specific teams.
Three or four maps with the same old features is going to get tired, and fast.
Please for the love of all thats holy create a large variety of maps with a number of strategic elements.
no blue is ever gonna answer this because then everyone will be complaining that they waited till it got bumped by someone they know...on a different note if i was a blizz employee with a personal account. id bump then immediately post on work account.
Seriously can't believe how long it's taking Blizz to deliver on this feature which they originally said would be included upon release. I don't think anyone imagined that we would have to wait until 2013 for PvP.
All I can say is that it better be spectacular
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