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Blizzard Announces Diablo III PS3 Preorders, Releases New Screenshots
Instead of click, click, click, it's tap, tap, tap.
04.29.13 - 3:06 PM

Blizzard Entertainment has announced that they have begun preorders for the still-undated Diablo III release for PlayStation 3. With a list of available retailers, Blizzard will also make retailer-specific preorder bonuses available on top of the universal Infernal Helm, which gives an EXP boost to any character wearing it.

The PlayStation 3 version of the game will also be released in a multitude of languages: English, German, French, Spanish, Russian, Italian, Polish, and Brazilian Portuguese. Additionally, Blizzard has released three new screenshots of this console version.

"We've poured blood, sweat, and hellfire into creating an epic Diablo III experience for PlayStation Gamers," said Blizzard cofounder Mike Morhaime. "In addition to including all the improvements over the past year, we've made several updates to Diablo III for play on the PS3. We got a ton of feedback from players who tried the game at PAX East, and we can't wait to get it into everyone's hands later this year.

Also, fear not, PlayStation gamers - you'll be able to play with a combination of online and local players, so don't hesitate to take your significant other with you online against your demonic foes.


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