Actually only 100 000 or more will do as we have a larger population than NA... (Not that I expect they'd actually give us (any/that much)).
Brilliantly stupid move to give 100k keys to USA only. Any brain dead zombie could've seen the complaints coming...
(If they want to distribute keys evenly for the rest of the world now, they'd have to send an additional 1.2 million beta keys. Fat chance...)
Edited by Skully on 03/02/2012 14:08 GMT
On the bright side since they invited so many people in US it must be a stress server test which means.... YEA 1 more month and we`ll get an official date on D3 release... HURRRAY!!
Or I`m just in a optimistic mood atm.
Edited by Coriollis on 03/02/2012 17:01 GMT
I've send my Beta request and am waiting waiting. Maybe soon, maybe never.
This takes soooo loong!
But well, on the other hand, a good game needs time. time is relative... E=MC^2 or maybe that is not true. I heard italien research found out that Einstein maybe wasn't right. They just need to do further tests over the duration of a year to get enough data to proof that.
:D Diablo for release *cheer*
Blizzard for ever *cheer*
OMG... what a change of mood during this one post.
Well that's the proof how time spend on Diablo can cheer you up!
Love you Blizzard. >.<
The recent beta invites were for North American players only as we’re still heavily interested in server performance, and inviting local, low-latency testers is important to achieve the results we need. While we absolutely want to continue to bring in players from around the globe, our intent is always going to be to do what best serves our testing requirements.
So while there may not be any beta invites in this wave for the EU, we will have more information in the following weeks about the global giveaways as well as for regional betas for you. Keep your eyes on the Diablo III front page and forums for this upcoming awesomeness!
Edited by Nakatoir on 03/02/2012 19:08 GMT
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