Diablo 3's second season is drawing to a close. In a new blog post, Blizzard revealed when Season 3 will kick off.
Diablo 3 received a ton of criticism during its first year out on the market for a number of reasons. One of the big issues from some of the community was that it was too easy but according to Blizzard the game was actually too hard.
Today Blizzard shared the first details on Patch 2.2 for Diablo 3. This patch, the second big one since Reaper of Souls launched last year, will attempt to extend the game's lifespan through a few new features.
Blizzard has an interesting way to keep PC gamers interested in Diablo III: seasons. The new seasonal method of introducing new content and gear has helped spark up renewed interest in the action-RPG. And while the first season may have come to an end, the second season is now underway.
Diablo 3's second season will be starting later this month. Today Blizzard announced the full schedule for Season 1's end and Season 2's launch.
One of the most disappointing aspects of Diablo 3 is its bare-bones approach to player-versus-player. Unfortunately, that side of the game might not improve anytime in the future.
Diablo 3's first season is drawing to a close, Blizzard announced today. The studio outlined in a blog post how the transition to Season 2 will play out.
Blizzard is giving back for the holidays, enabling Diablo III players to make use of a very festive bonus this weekend. This isn't just a platform exclusive buff either, both PC and console players will be able to get in on the event... while it lasts.
Diablo 3's Season 2 will be starting on PC and Mac soon. Blizzard outlined what to expect from this season and also explained why PS4 and Xbox One gamers don't have access to this feature.
Diablo 3's Xbox One version received several new features with Patch 2.1. However, the update also introduced a nasty bug.
The PS4 and Xbox One versions of Diablo 3 won't lag behind the PC and Mac edition for much longer. Blizzard says that they're going to roll out Patch 2.1 to new-gen consoles soon.
Diablo 3's first season isn't going quite as planned. Blizzard has decided to respond to the biggest issue with a few hotfixes.
Diablo 3's first Season is underway. Players must create characters from scratch and brave the long, grueling road to level 70. Wait, never mind, they're already 70.
Diablo 3's first major patch since Reaper of Souls' release is now available. Patch 2.1 introduces several major features to the game on PC and Mac.
PS4, PS3, and PS Vita woke up this morning to find that PlayStation Network is down. The service, along with several PC multiplayer games, has been reportedly taken down by hackers.