IncGamers goes hands-on with the Diablo 3 Reaper of Souls demo at BlizzCon and tests out the new adventure mode in our hands-on preview.
Here’s a snip from the article on Diablo: IncGamers:
I’ve had a chance to play a couple of hours on the Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls demo already this morning, and had a great time. I did the Campaign Mode first, which is identical in function to the game today. In this Blizzcon demo you start off at the beginning of Act 5, and you can pick a a premade level 32 character of any class. I chose the Crusader, of course, but I’ll save a report on that class until I’ve had time to play a bit more. What I can offer you now is a quick RoS Adventure Mode Hands-On Report from Blizzcon.
I’ve played three full Adventure Mode games so far (twenty minute time limit each), and it looks much as you see it teased in the new RoS teaser trailer. It’s a full open world; all 5 acts and every waypoint is available in every act. You can jump from one to the other, or right from the dungeons to another one on the map. You can go anywhere you want; you could full clear all 5 acts in the same game, or just do your favorite few levels in each Act, and there are no quests or cut scenes or dialogues at all. (You can talk to NPCs and such, but Artisans and hiring Followers are disabled in the Adventure Mode (for Blizzcon demo I guess?), so they only talk when clicked on.)