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.
Players looking for more people to take on enemies of Sanctuary will be able to more easily find like-minded folks via Facebook integration. Folks who tie their Facebook account to the BattleNet launcher will be able to add friends as well as see "Suggested Friends". At the moment, this functionality is available only for Diablo 3 in beta, though Blizzard has plans to bring it to other games as well.
The Diablo 3 site has been updated with the latest PTR notes for v2.5 that will bring a pair of much-requested features into the game: an Amory and a special collection space for crafting materials.
The Diablo 3 20th Anniversary event "The Darkening of Tristram" is in full swing. With just over two weeks to go before it ends, it's worth taking a visit for nostalgia's sake and to collect a pair of companion pets, a few achievements and some banner cosmetics. We've got all the info you need to make your time both profitable and fun so head on in to learn more.
Diablo III players have a lot to look forward to with the arrival of the Anniversary Patch, v2.4.3. The anniversary event it a nod back to the original Diablo game with special "retro graphics", the original game soundtrack and a sixteen level dungeon with nostalgic items including a King's Sword, the Butcher's Cleaver and more.
Blizzard has released a great preview video of the upcoming 'Anniversary' patch, v2.4.3. Players will be able to take part in the special month-long anniversary content that is a nod back to the original game in the series. In addition, several of legendary items have been updated, both general legendaries and those part of class sets.