Diablo 3 Season 22
In the Diablo 3 universe, starting November 20 and for roughly three months, there is an oddball walking book of a pet just waiting for you to win it and love it and make it your own.
The start of the new season is one of my favorite times of the year, like a mini gamer holiday for Diablo 3 players.
After some bug-related delays, we’re finally within striking distance of a new Diablo 3 season.
If you play Diablo 3 as primarily a Seasonal player, you may not really think very much about the game between Seasons.
Diablo 3 Season 22, the Shades of the Nephalem, brings with it a new Season Theme this November, and you may be curious about how the Shadow Clones work, how to make best use of them, or what exactly they even are.
Bugs in Diablo's patch 2.6.10 PTR meant Season 21 was extended — and Season 22 is running later than anyone expected.
The Diablo 3 PTR has been up and testing patch 2.6.10 and Season 22 for the past two weeks, but there's been a complication, and the PTR has been extended indefinitely to help find and resolve issues with higher than normal latency and some problems with people logging in to the game as well.
With the recent news of the Diablo 3 Patch 2.6.10 PTR, we're now aware of what Season 22's theme will be, and it's an interesting one.
The Diablo 3 patch 2.6.10 PTR will start on October 1, opening testing for Season 22: The Season of the Shadow, as well as the usual assortment of changes to items and sets.