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.
We're pretty deep into the Visions of N'zoth patch -- Ny'alotha has been raided, we've braved the depths of N'zoth's nefarious visions for Orgrimmar and Stormwind, and we've fought off his minions in Uldum and the Vale of Eternal Blossoms.
We're getting some significant changes to World of Warcraft in the Shadowlands expansion.
Every year, Blizzard treats us with a host of April Fools jokes from across all of its IPs.
I've been pretty blatant about my dislike for Azerite Armor this expansion, to the point where I worry at times that I'm too hard on it.
I collect weapons.
Honestly, I didn't expect to like my Dark Iron Paladin.
Diablo 3, Path of Exile, Animal Crossing, and so much more — how do you pick what game gets most of your time?
Season 20 of Diablo 3 started about a week and a half ago, which feels like five years ago in the current environment.
I mean, for me, the XP boost in World of Warcraft Blizzard introduced last week is terrifying because it suddenly opens up a ton of options.