Diablo 4 Season 2 includes a new set of Season Blessings to earn to help you zoom through the Season, and this season they'll be easier to get.
Diablo 4 Season 1 added the new Smoldering Ashes currency, which is used to buy Season Blessings.
Diablo 4 Season 1 has begun, and with it comes the game's first Battle Pass system, with a free version that will help you unlock Season Blessings to give you unique buffs throughout the season and a paid version that offers two cosmetic armor sets, a variety of cosmetic weapons, new emotes, and platinum (which can be used to purchase more cosmetics).
Season 1 of Diablo 4 is upon us soon, and with Season 1 -- along with Malignant monsters and new powerful gear -- comes the Battle Pass with all its various rewards.
Diablo 4 will be have a seasonal content rotation similar to Diablo 3's, and the game's first Season I now live, so you can jump right into Season of the Malignant!
Diablo 4's first Season, the Season of the Malignant, will launch on July 20 with a host of additions to the game — many of which you'll only be able to access by making a new seasonal character.
While the concept of Battle Passes may have originated in DOTA 2 and spread like wildfire among mobile gacha games, it's no secret that Blizzard seemingly loves the idea of them for their own games as well.
The Festival of Legends expansion for Hearthstone is arriving today, on April 11, and it comes with a new Rewards Track full of gold, packs, cards, skins, and more.
With the long-awaited Overwatch 2 single-player and PVE-focused modes expected to launch some time in 2023, Blizzard fans are clamoring for details about what the new content will bring to the game and what it will cost to play.
I'm on record as having said that Diablo Immortal was a fun game and that it was possible to play it without spending a cent on it, and I stand by those statements.