Diablo 3 Devs Announce Monthly Q&A Sessions To Answer Burning Questions

The Diablo 3 community doesn’t have the happiest of fans. Feeling neglected by the lack of developer feedback and worried about the diminishing state of the game and its declining popularity, the fans have been vocal about their dissatisfaction on the game’s official forums at Battle.net.

In an effort to bring the game back on track, the game’s developers at Blizzard have launched a new initiative to answer the fans’ most burning questions in a new Q&A series, which they plan to hold each month.

Each month, Blizzard will start an official thread on the forum identifying a particular topic fans are interested in seeing addressed, and open it to the public, whose questions they will then answer. Fans will be able to vote up the questions they want answered.

The first round of questions and answers will happen on January 29 at 10am PST, the topic of which is “Patch 1.0.7″. When the thread opens up, you’ll be able to submit your questions. Just make sure that they’re worth asking, or you won’t get much of an answer.

The developers have stated that they are not looking for PR-friendly questions, and welcome critical inquiries that are both detailed and provocative.

“What we are asking for are questions that actually can be answered by our developers. They’re not going to be able to share release dates or necessarily confirm upcoming projects, but they can provide insight into design choices, acknowledge awareness of certain issues and concerns, as well as discuss (in a more broad sense) their direction for the game.”

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1 Comment on Diablo 3 Devs Announce Monthly Q&A Sessions To Answer Burning Questions


On January 27, 2013 at 11:51 am

Why they didn’t do this kind of thing when D3 was released?…

I wonder if it’s a coincidence that this initiative was created after Jay left the boat?…