Diablo III Introduces Hero Profiles Community Feature

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Obsessed Diablo III players can now obsess over tracking their game progress and career statistics when they’re not dungeon crawling through the game itself for the umpteenth time. Today marks the launch of the Hero Profiles page from the game’s community site. Just log in with your Battle.net account to gain access to these perks:

– Track your game progress. How many acts have you cleared? What bosses have you shredded in each difficulty? How far have you leveled up your hardcore and normal artisans? Find out in the career tab. You can also check your play time (by class) throughout your entire Diablo III career, and learn how many monsters and elites you’ve slain.

- View your heroes’ gear, stats, and skills. How high have you raised your characters’ attributes? What are they wielding in each slot? What are your most prominent gear bonuses? What skills comprise their current build? Nuance awaits you in the heroes tab.

- Share with your BattleTag friends. The friends tab lets you check out your BattleTag friends’ characters, so that you can quickly compare notes on gear, skill & rune choices, and everything in between.

Hero Profiles aren’t 100% complete yet. Eagle-eyed Diablo addicts will likely notice that things like achievements, artisans and other more detailed stats are nowhere to be seen. But fear not, Blizzard will be adding those items in future updates.

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