Not every class in Diablo 3 can have a pet to fight along side them, but everyone can have a non-combat pet to keep them company.
Sometimes you sit back and wonder how anything we love ever survives to be loved by us.
One of the pillars of the Diablo series is its replayability.
We got a hint as to the start date for Diablo 3's Season 21 in Community Manager Cydra's password heads-up post in the forums.
Well, this is some different last-minute news.
In the Diablo 3 universe, right now and for the next roughly two months, there is an eerie-looking bat pet just waiting for you to obtain it and love it and make it your own.
We don't know yet when Diablo 3 Season 21 start, because we don't precisely know when Season 20 will end -- however, we can make some pretty good guesses about Season start and end dates.
When I think about Diablo 4, one of the things I muse about the most is how having it as an open-world game is going to feel when compared to its predecessors and current open-world games.
This has been a question that's been in my head ever since Ted posed that we may well see a delay to Shadowlands due to COVID-19, an idea that Joe and I also discussed on the podcast this week.
If you're like me, you're kind of done with Diablo 3 and eagerly anticipating what Blizzard is going to roll out with Diablo 4.