Diablo III is the much anticipated sequel to Diablo II from Blizzard Entertainment. With tons of new and controversial features, along with 4-player co-op, Diablo III is set to divide or conquer gaggles of gamers when it launches in the future.
Continuing the tale from the first two games, players will choose their class and then battle across the world either solo or online with friends to defeat the evil that plagues the world of Sanctuary.
Diablo 3 players who have reached the apex of their gear progression have new reasons to check into the game thanks to today's v2.5.0 update. Primal Ancient gear is for anyone who has passed their Season Journey and collected the best items they can. This new tier of items can exceed even the most dedicated gear hunter's dreams.
Blizzard has published a handy-dandy guide to Diablo 3 seasons for the console crowd. Console seasonal play will kick off on Friday, March 31st at 5:00 pm Pacific / 8:00 pm Eastern.
Blizzard had a fantastic demo at PAX East for media on the Necromancer. Hidden away from the masses it was great to sneak in and sit down to try out the new class. I missed the demos at Blizzcon so was very excited to chat with the team and get a full view of the female Necromancer and some of the melee skills that the class will come with.
Fans of Necromancers will love the latest update to the Diablo 3 site. Called "The Meleemancer", the article gives out new information about some of the new class's skills and abilities including the Grim Scythe, Death Nova, Devour and Raise Golem abilities.
The Diablo 3 site has been updated with a schedule for end of Season 9 and subsequent start of Season 10. As always, all seasonal heroes, their stashes, Paragon levels and more will be transfered over into the non-seasonal version of the game.