First to Beat Inferno Diablo on Hardcore. Kripp & Krippi.
Kripp & Krippi have live streamed their victory over Diablo Inferno on Hardcore. Thousands watched at the edge of their seats as the 2 became world first. Good job guys. Check it out.
Despite disappointing news about server capacity, bugs, hacks, exploits, bots, and the financial ramifications of the real money auction house on the game economy, Diablo 3 players finally have something to cheer about: the death of Diablo on Inferno difficulty on Hardcore mode.
On Hardcore mode, players whose characters die lose that character forever.
Team mates Kripp and Krippi have been attempting that very same feat for weeks, and they have both lost a number of characters along the way. What makes it worse is the fact that Blizzard was planning to release a patch that will make Inferno difficulty much easier for the common gamer to withstand; hence, the pair would have to defeat Diablo on Hardcore Inferno before that patch goes live, or else their achievement would be diminished.
After dozens of practice runs on Softcore mode, Krip and Krippi took on the role of a Barbarian and a Wizard. The pair stayed up all night to defeat Diablo on Hardcore Inferno with over 45 thousand people watching them via live stream. The fight took 30 minutes, and when Diablo was finally taken down, all the viewers went wild with cheer.
Kripp and Krippi are the first recorded players who have defeated Diablo on Inferno Hardcore mode. There are speculations that there are a few Korean players who already did the same thing weeks ago, but it was not recorded. Blizzard also confirmed that Kripp and Krippi were the first players ever to clear the mode.
My apologies Kripp and Krippi, looks like you were 1st HC Inferno clear. (my spreadsheet deciphering isn’t what it used to be) Congrats! >
In-spite all the server problems and negative talk about DRM, this news inspires players to focus more on why they are playing the game in the first place: have fun doing adventures, and to experience that feeling of accomplishment after epic battles.
News also hit:
Not only did they have to get through a difficulty mode that 99% of the player base has deemed impossible, but they had to do it without dying once, a feat thought to be insurmountable. It was to be a world record for the game, as Kripp and Krippi attempted to be the first players ever recorded to beat the final boss on Hardcore Inferno.
If the task wasn’t monumental enough, they were on a timetable as well. Blizzard decided that tomorrow would the best day to release a patch that severely lessens the difficulty of Inferno difficulty. Full here
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