I am a huge Diablo fan.
Okay, it's no secret I've been playing a lot of Diablo 3 lately.
The PTR for patch 2.6.1 has been rolling along for a while now, and there have been changes to drop rates and other adjustments throughout the testing.
I have gotten fully sucked back into Diablo 3 with Season 11, despite not playing a Necromancer at all, because the gameplay is pretty addictive.
You really love Overwatch but patch 7.3 just dropped -- how do you choose which one gets your time?
Diablo 3 is chugging away on its patch 2.6.1 update, with the PTR in full swing.
Necromancers in Diablo are members of a sect named the Priests of Rathma.
We didn't get anything at Gamescom, but with the Necromancer proving popular I'm wondering if we'll see anything from the venerable Diablo franchise at this year's BlizzCon.
If you've been playing a lot of Diablo 3 lately -- maybe you're leveling a Necromancer, or maybe you just like Season play like I do -- then today's announcement that the patch 2.6.1 PTR is live will possibly come as a surprise.
I've been playing my Seasonal Hero in Diablo 3, trying to get the Seasonal Journey down.
If you've been nearly-but-not-quite swept up in all the recent Diablo 3 hype, Blizzard is certainly trying their hardest to change that.
One of the things my wife and I get into arguments about when playing Diablo 3 is who gets to smash crates, barrels, and other destructible things.
For some reason, I finally went ahead and started a Seasonal Hero in Diablo 3.
Season 11 in Diablo 3 is finally upon us, and it's the first Season since the release of the new Necromancer class.
Diablo 3 Season 11 starts in just a few hours, and it'll be the first Season to feature the game's newest class, the Necromancer.
Diablo 3's Patch 2.6.0a isn't the big content-heavy patch that 2.6.0 itself was, but what it brings us is relief from some bugs, updates to things meant to be updated before now, and some cleaning-up of the dust left behind in the wake of a major content patch.