Diablo III has Cow Level too

Remember the times when Diablo II was the most popular game? Back then millions of gamers were playing the game desperately trying to find the Secret Cow Level – a place where your hero could get untold riches and unique items. That is, of course, unless he/she gets killed.

The legend of the Secret Cow Level originated many years ago when the first Diablo game was making headlines. Somehow a rumor was born that if you click a number of times on a cow while in the town of Tristram a secret gate would open and you would be able to access a wondrous place full of elite items and money known as the Cow Level. It turned out there was no Cow Level in Diablo but in order to please gamers Blizzard Entertainment did include such a level in the Diablo II follow-up.

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Now more than 10 years later it appears Blizzard has followed the tradition and Diablo III has been said to feature a Cow Level too. Speculation over such a level started a number of months ago with discussions among gamers on various forums whether the upcoming Diablo III game would feature a Cow Level or not. But now the folks at the Diablo-oriented DiabloNut.com web site have officially said it exists.

It is not clear how you can access the secret Cow Level in Diablo III but gamers have posted videos on the Internet explaining how you can do this. Of course such videos are great game spoilers so it up to you to see them or not. One thing’s different this time though – you get to kill unicorns instead of cows.


Source: Ubergizmo.com

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