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.
As is usual for me, I've gotten back into Diablo 3, dividing my time in game between a seasonal Barbarian and my level 70 Barbarian, grinding up Paragon levels.
February was a busy month for Legion alpha builds.
Analysis of Diablo 3 Season 4 started as early as a month in with a piechart graphic from Monstrous, a Diablo 3 forum MVP, that tracked class popularity in the leaderboards in 4-player, 3-player, 2-player, and solo groups across all seasons, using data from DiabloRank.
Last week, we talked about the various game modes you can play, but come on, what good is all that if you haven't picked a character to play yet? Which Diablo 3 class should you play -- and what makes them any different from the classes you find in WoW?