With the 17th season of Diablo III content in-progress, Blizzard wants to bring players back to the long-running RPG. Part of their plan here is to introduce a new testing and patching methodology to give players a bit more notice about future changes. The patch notes for future updates will be published a week ahead,
So Diablo and ARPG fans got great news earlier this month with the announcement of a new version of Diablo 3. Diablo III: Eternal Collection will bring all the various bloody piles of fun that the game is known for over to the lovely Nintendo handheld, the Switch. Nintendo and Blizzard are obviously pretty excited
Nintendo and Blizzard have confirmed that a version of Diablo III is headed to the Nintendo Switch. The announcement comes after a leak yesterday by Forbes. The original leak was quickly deleted, but it has now been rendered superfluous as the game has been fully confirmed. Judging from the trailer that was released as part
After weeks of PTR testing, the Diablo 3 2.6.1 patch has finally been pushed onto the live servers. Here are the final notes for this update as we now head towards the next Season. The majority of the work for this patch focuses on addressing item balance, so the patch notes are chock full of
Diablo 3 has had its problems, it’s common knowledge among players but this screw-up is a classic. For quite a few weeks now players were supposed to be able to find extremely rare cosmetic items, they were meant to be hard to find. Players were becoming frustrated as nobody could actually find them in-game. Blizzard
Diablo 3 players may have been disappointed by the lack of news about new expansions to the game at BlizzCon, but this disappointment may have been dampened somewhat by news about the changes being introduced in 2.4. The patch was deployed to the PTR (Public Test Realm) late last night for testing by the community.