Blizzard officialâ€™s the latest release:The 12-year wait for Diablo III is finally coming to an end tonight at 12:00 a.m. PDT. If youâ€™re still unsure whether the game is worth your hard-earned money or not, the Diablo III Starter Edition might just be for you.
This trial edition will give you free access to the first chapter of the game as you fight your way to the Skeleton King, but youâ€™re limited to the first 13 levels, and your matchmaking results will only find other Starter Edition players.
Whichever category you fall into, youâ€™re not going to want to missÂ with Gary Gannon, Mike B, and myself as we record a live episode of Gameplay for your viewing pleasure. The festivities start at 11:00 p.m. PDT â€” see you there!
To get immediate access to the Starter Edition, youâ€™ll need a friend whoâ€™s already bought the full game to give you their Diablo III guest pass. If youâ€™re a loner and donâ€™t have any buddies to hook you up, youâ€™ll have to wait 30 days after the gameâ€™s launch, when the Starter Edition will be available to everyone.
The mesmer doesnâ€™t have the brute power of the warrior, or the ranged devastation of the ranger. Instead, the mesmer weaves a web of interlaced illusions, conditions, and phantasmal sources of damage. Through skillful play, mesmers combine these pieces into a deadly puzzle to be solved by their foes, while also helping their allies.
Illusionsâ€”Mesmers create illusionsâ€”mind tricks that manifest themselves physically. Most illusions are directed at a specific target, but anyone can see and attack them. They can only exist for as long as that target is alive and can only be dispelled by attacking the illusion itself. A mesmer can maintain up to three illusions at a time, with the oldest illusion being replaced by the newly created one. There are two types of illusions: clones and phantasms.