D3 player profile Blizzard adds hero profiles to Diablo III

If you’ve already completed all the Acts in Diablo III and are now looking for something else to do to keep things interesting then perhaps the recent addition of the hero profiles may help just a bit—probably not a lot though.

D3 player profile(1) Blizzard adds hero profiles to Diablo III

If you’ve already completed all the Acts in Diablo III and are now looking for something else to do to keep things interesting then perhaps the recent addition of the hero profiles may help just a bit—probably not a lot though. 

Blizzard has openly admitted that its latest online RPG did not have enough end game sustainability, but also added that developers are currently working on adding new content to the game.  A PvP mode is supposedly in the works, but no time frame for when the patch will be integrated into current gameplay. 

For the time being, players are now able to show off their character’s equipment and game progression in-game via the Diablo III’s community website.

Blizzard released the following statement Monday following the addition of the hero profiles:

“The profiles allow easy sharing, comparing, and refining of heroes as players pursue monster-slaying mastery. We plan to add even more functionality to them as Diablo 3 evolves, including detailed statistics and tabs for achievements and artisans.”

The hero profiles on the community site have three sections: Career, Heroes, and Friends.

In the Career panel, players can view each other’s lifetime kills, elite kills, overall progression, and current status of the Blacksmith and Jeweler.  The Heroes panel keeps track of what weapons, attributes, skills, and followers of a character.  And the Friends section lets you check out people’s friends. 

The hero profiles do not affect gameplay in anyway, but it may bring out some intimidation factors if people find out your character is loaded with some super rare and powerful weapons and gears.

Source: Blizzard via Tom’s Hardware