Diablo 3 Inferno Campaign Completed in 4 Days.
The Diablo 3 campaign mode has just been beaten on Inferno difficulty.
Team Method, a team playing in Europe, surprised Blizzard when they beat the game four days after the EU servers opened.
Granted, the team bypassed most of the normal monsters by using run and stun techniques, and killing only the few Elite monsters that are required to finish the important quests, but the fact is that they still killed Diablo and finished the game. Blizzard had mentioned that they expected that it will take the pro players at least a week to do this.
Team Method had also chain resurrected dead team members during these boss fights, as well as abused some exploits that they found in order to complete this task.
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Blizzard responded to this by saying that they will fix these issues, including a hot fix that will interrupt resurrection when being damaged as they had always originally intended. They also do not feel that Team Method should be banned for abusing all those exploits, even though many players are calling for it.
Another team, this time from the United States, will be joining Team Method soon for a full completion of the game. They are called Team nolife and are also in the process of beating Diablo on Inferno difficulty, and in a shorter amount of time than Team Method did.
Neither team has been able to beat the game on Hardcore Inferno difficulty. This will prove to be a much bigger challenge, as members from both teams have died hundreds of times and in some situations even had to abuse death as an exploit just so they can beat the game on Inferno difficulty.
Meanwhile, a solo player named Sygodoeden has also beaten Diablo 3 on Inferno difficulty and just a few hours before Team Method did.
He posted the pics: build/details/proof/stats
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