To everything, turn turn turn, there is a Season, turn turn turn, and a use for every class on Sancturary.
With three classes announced already for Diablo 4 and supposedly five classes total, we're only going to get two more classes in Diablo 4, and clearly there are way more than two classes in the history of the franchise fans would like to see.
Diablo 3's Patch 2.6.8 continues the trend from 2.6.7 of adding new sets to the line-up with accompanying legendary item tweaks.
With the 2.6.7 PTR, we're getting a look at new sets and items coming for Diablo 3, and while the new sets are focused on Crusaders and Monks, several legendaries are getting reworked based on feedback from Barbarian players to make them more desirable or interesting for the game's most angry class.
I think about this one a lot.
We've covered the basics for the Barbarian class in Diablo 3 already -- but what if Barbarian doesn't do it for you?
When discussing Diablo 4 and what classes we'd like to see in it, the first thing to realize is that each new Diablo game has introduced new ones.
I've been playing Diablo 3 for a while now and this is my third Season I've played, and in that time, I've never seen anything like this.
The November 8th hotfixes for Diablo 3's patch 2.6.1 are here, just in time for Season 12 to start up tonight.
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.