Diablo 3 Starter Edition Now Available to All

Diablo 3′s “demo version” is now available to the masses, after previously only being available via a special code included with retail copies of the game. Dubbed the Starter Edition, it allows you to fight your way up to the Skeleton King boss in Act I, and level up to 13. Starter edition accounts can be upgraded to the full version of the game, though, you are limited in certain features sets until you purchase. For instance, match making is unavailable for co-op play in the starter edition.
There are three ways to get access to the Diablo 3 starter edition.
Diablo 3′s “demo version” is now available to the masses, after previously only being available via a special code included with retail copies of the game. Dubbed the Starter Edition, it allows you to fight your way up to the Skeleton King boss in Act I, and level up to 13. Starter edition accounts can be upgraded to the full version of the game, though, you are limited in certain features sets until you purchase. For instance, match making is unavailable for co-op play in the starter edition.
There are three ways to get access to the Diablo 3 starter edition.
Got it & it is a nice demo and very polished (finally). However, I Shall not buy it as it is too expensive and the game play is simple to extreme ( face roll the mouse..)
Glad I had a look though.
Got it & it is a nice demo and very polished (finally). However, I Shall not buy it as it is too expensive and the game play is simple to extreme ( face roll the mouse..)
Glad I had a look though. 

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