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New Diablo 3 screens give a glimpse of user interface


2:00 PM on 03.31.2009
New Diablo 3 screens give a glimpse of user interface photo



The latest episode of Blizzcast is out, and along with it some new Diablo 3 screenshots that show off some exciting new details: the user interface. Also (take a deep breath), you can see the pants slot that's all shiny and new. Woo! There's a few more shots as well, which you can see in the gallery.

Blizzcast also features a Q & A session to answer fan questions with World of Warcraft's Tom Chilton, Diablo III's Jay Wilson, and StarCraft 2's Dustin Browder. You can actually check out the transcript of that here if you would prefer to read rather than listen.

Is it me, or do these screens look really dark? Especially looking at this particular set, I don't get the "Diablo 3 is too colorful" argument.

[Via Multiplayer Blog]

New Diablo 3 screens give a glimpse of user interface photo
New Diablo 3 screens give a glimpse of user interface photo
New Diablo 3 screens give a glimpse of user interface photo





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