Diablo III Smash everything to bits tips

Diablo II fans will remember how the game instilled an almost compulsive desire to turn over every stone, kick open every barrel, and smash every pot in sight. Diablo III will feed that obsessive habit again, but this time you won’t have to run up and open barrels manually. Skills can now be used to smash them, including ranged spells and area-effect abilities, so now you’ll have no excuse to leave anything unsmashed. Anticipating players’ destructive habits, Blizzard has even added destructible furniture and other objects that react with satisfying physics simulation.
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There are achievements for destroying objects, and you’ll even get bonus XP each time you destroy enough objects in a short space of time. Very few items dropped from barrels and other objects in the Diablo III beta, but this was only the start of normal mode and may even have been changed in the live game. I recommend smashing everything in sight as you play through the game, not just for the bonus XP, achievements, and satisfying physics collisions but also because we don’t know what can drop from barrels and pots throughout the game.

Diablo II fans will remember how the game instilled an almost compulsive desire to turn over every stone, kick open every barrel, and smash every pot in sight. Diablo III will feed that obsessive habit again, but this time you won’t have to run up and open barrels manually. Skills can now be used to smash them, including ranged spells and area-effect abilities, so now you’ll have no excuse to leave anything unsmashed. Anticipating players’ destructive habits, Blizzard has even added destructible furniture and other objects that react with satisfying physics simulation. 

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