The Diablo 3 Season's Journey is well-named; it is most certainly a journey.
Recently, Diablo 2: Resurrected added Terror Zones, a means by which the jaded D2R player can level to 99 without the usual farm end zone bosses strategies of the past, adding a fresh new twist to the revived title.
Diablo 2 Resurrected has a rotating schedule of Ladder Seasons, so we're looking forward to February 2023, when Ladder Season 3 will likely begin.
It's officially time to get ready to battle the forces of hell in Diablo 2 Resurrected's Ladder Season 2, because the Ladder is now reset.
Diablo Immortal's first major content patch is now live, bringing quite a few changes to the game, like the game's first new dungeon, Silent Monastery and the new Helliquary boss, Izilech the Misshapen.
What would you think if World of Warcraft adopted a Battle Pass system? What would you want out of it?
World of Warcraft still functions on the "expansions supported by patches" model, where we'll receive 2-3 major patches (and some accompanying minor ones in between) throughout the course of an expansion, then pay for a new expansion up front and repeat the cycle all over again.
I've helped people get all sorts of achievements over the years to get mounts in World of Warcraft.
Diablo Immortal’s Forgotten Nightmares update adds more ways to get Legendary Crests, but is it enough?
The first major update to Diablo Immortal is Forgotten Nightmares, an expansive patch with a new dungeon (Silent Monastery), major updates to Warbands (including a guild housing in Castle Cyranger), a new Helliquary raid boss (Izilech the Misshapen), a new event (Scouring the Darkness), as well as another new Battle Pass season, complete with new themed cosmetics. But the most interesting thing in this update is the fact that there's a new way to get Legendary Crests without spending real cash.
If you're bored of farming the same bosses over and over Diablo 2 Resurrected, you'll probably want to try out Terror Zones, which offer a new way to level to 99 in patch 2.5 — now live.
Autumn is almost here, which means the birds are migrating, insects are dying off, the Dragonflight beta is in full gear, and Diablo 4 will soon be starting closed beta testing.