The worst part is, I don't really have time to play this. I'm going to mess around with it for an hour today, then I am jam-packed the rest of the week, then I am stuck with my 13" MBP for a month...
If it's any consolation, the mac beta is very beta-y. Got a weird error message saying that "Shane" (the name of my cat) is inappropriate. Changed it and then I got stuck on the loading screen...
Edit: Played the first main quest. Screenshots don't do the game justice, it's gorgeous. Looks like an oil painting. Shadows on high killed the framerate, so I had to bump it down to medium. Blizzard's exquisite level of polish is present, even in this beta.
Next week I will try to run it on my 13" MBP, if that's possible.
Against my better jugjement, I went ahead and beat it...maybe two hours? Way shorter than Act I of D2.How long did it took you to beat the game?
This is why I don't follow closely news on upcoming Blizzard games. Plus, it's more fun to discover new things yourself when you play the game for the first time. I had seen a few screens/movies, knew the classes (but not the skills) and knew about the random dungeons, but that's pretty much it.Hm...I was pumped for Diablo 3 two years ago when they started making announcements, but I've lost interest now.
Maybe my interest will pique again once the game is out.
16GB in 2017? Uh, dinosaurMacbook Pro 2017, iXS3 7.84Ghz 6-Core, 16G DDR4X (4x4), Nvidia K340X w/3.5GB GDDR5, 1.512Tb SSD
I've opted in but haven't got an invite yet. Here's hoping.Just an FYI, you have to opt in with your battle.net account to be eligible for beta testing.
Log in to your account, go to manage games, and then select beta profile settings(or something similar).
You download a client and set up your beta account.