[GG]Archangelium Feb 9 @ 6:49am
GUYS HELP PLEASEEE
hey guys who knows which mode is played most?..
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PrimeSonic Feb 9 @ 7:50am 
From what I see on the forums, most people are playing Normal or Veteran. A few people here and there play Elite, but certainly not most.

The difficulty mode doesn't affect the game beyond just making the monsters tougher and do more damage. Everything else from the dungeons you can visit and the gear that can drop is all the same.

And the only time you should be concerned about what other modes people are playing in is if you're doing a multiplayer run. Other than that, just play in the one that you find most enjoyable.
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Ste-plaza Feb 9 @ 8:03am 
Do not go past ng3 as there are no longer any games past that.
Seňor_Muňaréz Feb 9 @ 8:31am 
i play first game on normal and it was fun, veteran is little bit harder.
Yougotaowned Feb 9 @ 9:05am 
Veteran and elite is the best, because you just dont go and kill, you have to do some strategy
Zsiroskenyér Feb 9 @ 10:44am 
Veteran is better than normal.
Voyd Feb 9 @ 11:37am 
Veteran has a satisfatory reward because it's neither too easy nor too hard. Normal feels like you're a god, and elite you'd better be prepared to fight for ten minutes straight againt a boss
JadeDragon Feb 10 @ 5:57am 
You surely needed our halp.
Boom Bag Feb 11 @ 7:32am 
As far as online play goes, you can play on any difficulty. If you create a character in the normal difficulty, you can always play online in both veteran and elite if you choose to.

The only limitation is that you cannot change your difficulty in single player mode. Meaning that if you create a character on normal, you cannot (in single player) change your mode without going to multiplayer. You can always play with that same character in multiplayer at a higher difficulty though. You may also play your same map by NOT ticking the reroll map check-button.

Hope this helps.
Moriturhus Feb 20 @ 9:24pm 
Originally posted by Boom Bag:
As far as online play goes, you can play on any difficulty. If you create a character in the normal difficulty, you can always play online in both veteran and elite if you choose to.

The only limitation is that you cannot change your difficulty in single player mode. Meaning that if you create a character on normal, you cannot (in single player) change your mode without going to multiplayer. You can always play with that same character in multiplayer at a higher difficulty though. You may also play your same map by NOT ticking the reroll map check-button.

Hope this helps.

If you want to change your diificulty in single player you can use Torchlight 2 Rapid Respec, which you can download in various places. It allows other re-specing as well, such as skills, attributes, pet, physical appearance and amount of gold.
Peaceful Panda Feb 21 @ 12:59am 
You can change difficulty in single player by creating a multiplayer game of the new difficulty you want. There is also a way to do it via console that will not flag you (google it).
Last edited by Peaceful Panda; Feb 21 @ 12:59am
Boom Bag Feb 21 @ 2:42am 
Originally posted by Moriturus:
Originally posted by Boom Bag:
As far as online play goes, you can play on any difficulty. If you create a character in the normal difficulty, you can always play online in both veteran and elite if you choose to.

The only limitation is that you cannot change your difficulty in single player mode. Meaning that if you create a character on normal, you cannot (in single player) change your mode without going to multiplayer. You can always play with that same character in multiplayer at a higher difficulty though. You may also play your same map by NOT ticking the reroll map check-button.

Hope this helps.

If you want to change your diificulty in single player you can use Torchlight 2 Rapid Respec, which you can download in various places. It allows other re-specing as well, such as skills, attributes, pet, physical appearance and amount of gold.

Yes, I should have said that my post pertained specifically to the vanilla version of the game. Thank you!
StealthMomo Feb 21 @ 9:24am 
Originally posted by Moriturus:
Originally posted by Boom Bag:
As far as online play goes, you can play on any difficulty. If you create a character in the normal difficulty, you can always play online in both veteran and elite if you choose to.

The only limitation is that you cannot change your difficulty in single player mode. Meaning that if you create a character on normal, you cannot (in single player) change your mode without going to multiplayer. You can always play with that same character in multiplayer at a higher difficulty though. You may also play your same map by NOT ticking the reroll map check-button.

Hope this helps.

If you want to change your diificulty in single player you can use Torchlight 2 Rapid Respec, which you can download in various places. It allows other re-specing as well, such as skills, attributes, pet, physical appearance and amount of gold.
You must be confused to go as far as recommending Rapid Respec in changing difficulty when you can do it without using any third-party software.
Ste-plaza Feb 21 @ 11:29am 
All you have to do is make an Elite char then you can change what play mode you want in lan mode. So an Elite can play in casual etc. Or make a casual char in sp then go to lan mode and select veteran mode. Really it is not that hard, you dont need Tl2 respec for this game unless your rubbish at these games.
Moriturhus Feb 21 @ 6:04pm 
Originally posted by ste-plaza:
All you have to do is make an Elite char then you can change what play mode you want in lan mode. So an Elite can play in casual etc. Or make a casual char in sp then go to lan mode and select veteran mode. Really it is not that hard, you dont need Tl2 respec for this game unless your rubbish at these games.

I'm rubbish at most games; I play them for fun, not for achievement or competition. Also, as I said before, TL2 Respec allows you to mess around with your character in may other ways. It's a great little program.
Ste-plaza Feb 21 @ 6:45pm 
Originally posted by Moriturus:
Originally posted by ste-plaza:
All you have to do is make an Elite char then you can change what play mode you want in lan mode. So an Elite can play in casual etc. Or make a casual char in sp then go to lan mode and select veteran mode. Really it is not that hard, you dont need Tl2 respec for this game unless your rubbish at these games.

I'm rubbish at most games; I play them for fun, not for achievement or competition. Also, as I said before, TL2 Respec allows you to mess around with your character in may other ways. It's a great little program.

All gaming is meant to be fun. I don't play for completion either. But the only use i can see for tl2 respec is stat points.
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