With the PTR for Diablo patch 2.6.4 having come and gone this past November, we're now aware that Diablo 3 Season 15 is ending, and Season 16 has a name and an official start date.
Earlier today Kotaku published a lengthy post breaking down everything from Diablo 4 to Pokemon Go for World of Warcraft -- from interviews from 16 Blizzard employees wishing to remain anonymous.
Blizzard is about to put Diablo 3's Patch 2.6.4 on the PTR for a week of testing -- an unusually short amount of time for a patch to get tested on the PTR, implying a fast turnaround for it.
Last week, we talked about the 20-year gap between Diablo 2 and Diablo 3 and how Diablo Immortal is going to live in that gap, starting five years after the destruction of the Worldstone.
If you played Diablo 2 and its expansion, Lord of Destruction, then you saw the end of the established world order with the destruction of the Worldstone.
I'll be up front and admit I am not likely going to play Diablo Immortal.
Diablo Immortal isn't a copy or a re-release of a 2017 mobile ARPG as many of the game's detractors have theorized.
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.
While we usually have a World of Warcraft Q&A panel, a full-fledged Diablo Q&A panel is something new, and that means anything could happen over the next 45 minutes.