Is this accurate?[edit source]
I don't think this is accurate, but I'm not sure enough to change it. I can't find it now but I THOUGHT I read where during the aftermath of BlizzCon there was a question (to Jay Wilson?) about how experience wasn't shared on a particular kill, and the answer was the two weren't partied, if that had been it would have been shared. This article says multiple times "there is no more party system...". -- Belushi81x Dec 21st 2008 20:39 EST
- I think you are right, it might need to be clarified. What the system does is that it automatically puts you in a party. The question is is you are referring to a BlizzCon question where Jay Wilson responds to a Diablo 2 issue. I sat in on that press Q&A session, and there was this dope journalist who had trouble with exp in D2 and wondered about D3. Jay tells him he needs to party. This also illustrates the problem with D2 in my humble opinion.
- If this was some other mention, I do not know. As far as I know, there IS a party system, but you are automatically included in party upon entering a game. I THINK you can leave a party, but I am not sure. Look through the Media Coverage over BlizzCon if you want to investigate. I think we'll leave it for now, as it's very close to how it is atm anyway.
- And, gosh, you take to chatting to talk pages like a fish to water! An even more truly welcome to the DiabloWiki community! =D --Leord 10:24, 22 December 2008 (CET)