I’ve talked about the Diablo 3 chat and community limitations before in my post about Diablo 3 PvP, and I’d like to write about these limitations in more depth. The first and biggest issue I see is no clan or guild supported features in the Diablo 3 system. This is why I’m making a Diablo 3 clan. For most gamers, (especially new ones) clans bring a direct, small-medium sized community of like-minded folk who automatically feel family-like when out in vast space between people in online gaming.
Multiboxing is perhaps the financially gifted gamer’s solution for the pursuit of fame, fortune and a greater challenge on a particular title. Controlling multiple characters and attempting to do what other people do in groups seems enticing to most hardcore gamers. Coordinating up to even 50 characters is not an impossible feat; it’s been done in World of Warcraft.
Yes it’s a bit extreme and unnecessary, but taking down 40 people in a competitive game by yourself seems like a tempting way to tickle your ego.
I’ve put a lot of thought into what it takes to level with maximum productivity during the release of Diablo 3. Allow me to let you in on some basic advice that may help you form your own opinions. For starters what is better, solo or group play for leveling and productivity capabilities?
Solo Leveling Benefits