Do I need to buy multiple games to be able to play Diablo 3 with my wife?

I know that the account is connected to your Battle.net account(I already have one through SC2 and she doesn’t have any yet). I am buying the game tomorrow and I wish to know if one CD is enough. I doubt that Blizzard would allow this as this will obviously make them lose some sales(if a group of friends pool their money and pass the cd around and then play with just one cd alone).

Which brings me to my question:

  • What are the strengths and weaknesses of each follower?
  • Where do the enemies for the unique enemy achievements spawn?
  • Under what conditions does Malthael drop legendary pieces or plans?
  • Can I do anything to improve the damage done by the demon summoned by my follower's Maximus?
  • Can I claim bonuses from old and new versions of a set simultaneously?
  • On average, how much gold will you make for a Hell/Inferno Whimsyshire run?
    • does it need a CD to play? (SC2 doesn’t so hopefully it doesn’t also)
    • do I need to buy 2 games? I find it a waste of DVDs especially since you probably don’t need the disc to play the game
    • is there like just a license purchase of some sort? Kind of like just buy an D3 account or something? Or do I have to buy a digital copy?

  • Wheel of Misfortune
  • Why does extracting legendary power from Halycon's Ascent fail?
  • How does experience work in groups of heroes with different levels?
  • How does increased Magic Find work with chests?
  • When do enemies regenerate health?
  • Which bosses have an enrage timer and what are their effects?
  • 4 Solutions collect form web for “Do I need to buy multiple games to be able to play Diablo 3 with my wife?”

    Yes. Diablo 3 does not allow offline play. If you want to play with someone else, they must each make it past the log-in screen… which means you will both require a separate copy and associated Diablo 3 licence.

    Also of note is that you may only have one Diablo 3 per Battle.net account, so your wife will need to set up an additional Battle.net account to be able to play with you.

    If you purchase a physical copy, however, you will be able to share the installation disk, but Diablo 3 does not require a CD to run.

    • You do not need a CD to play
    • Your Diablo 3 license is tied to your Battlenet account; in other words, though you can use the installation disc to install the basic game on your computer, you will be unable to login to the game servers with your Battlenet account unless you have purchased a license.
    • As a result, you and your wife will need to buy two copies to play together. You could share one account, but note that this is against the game’s TOS and could result in a permanent account ban(which means you would need lose access to all your characters, progress, and game license, forcing you to buy a new copy).

    If you both wish to play the game at the same time, you do need to purchase 2 different games (two different keys). The keys are linked directly with your account. If you log into your account to play and your wife logs into your account – you will be logged out instantly.

    You do not technically need to purchase 2 different dvds, but rather 2 different keys. You can do this on Blizzard’s Diablo 3 purchase page. (virtual copy)

    Incorrect if you buy the physical DVD you can share to any amount of people and those people will use there own account if you just buy it on your computer you cannot share you can only use your account which means its better to get the disk

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