Okay, so you just hit level 70 in Diablo 3.
I've been thinking about the lessons Diablo 3 teaches us in terms of going forward with Diablo 4.
Torchlight 2 just came to consoles, so let's talk about the game and what it brings to the Action RPG genre.
Diablo 3 does Seasons a little differently now than when it began the concept back in 2015.
Diablo 3 Season 18 is almost here, and if you're a Diablo player you're probably wondering what this Season's theme is going to be — and how you can use it to smash your enemies.
So, for whatever reason you want to level in Diablo 3 — perhaps to enjoy the all-new Season 18, which starts tomorrow — and you're not interested in slowing down to see the game.
If you play Diablo 3 and don't know what Kanai's Cube is, we have a really great write-up that covers the basics.
We've heard rumors about a Diablo series for Netflix or some other streaming service since last year, but one thing we haven't heard yet is anything more than rumors.
With Diablo Immortal on the horizon, we're going to get a look at the big gap of 20 or so years between the end of Diablo 2 and the start of Diablo 3.
We have been waiting on official news about Diablo Immortal since last year's BlizzCon -- and its unforgettable announcement.