Diablo 3 Season 23
Diablo 3 Season 23 is coming to an end: You have until July 18 to wrap up your Seasonal goals
Diablo 3 Season 23 began on April 2 to some notoriety — namely its lack of a (dedicated) theme.
Diablo’s Season 23 follower update is a lot of fun (and a neat way to help solve a few issues we didn’t realize it would)
Multiplayer sessions of Diablo 3 are a grand old time, but sometimes, you want to go it alone for smashing loot piñatas.
Diablo 3 patch 2.7.0 is now live, and your Followers will get a full set of gear — and you’ll get some benefits, too
Diablo 3's patch 2.7.0 is now live, and while normally, I'd take this space to squee or raise an eyebrow about the upcoming season theme, honestly, the big change is in how followers will work.
When will Diablo 3 Season 23 start? April 2!
It's official: Diablo 3 Season 23 will start on April 2, just five days after Season 22 ends on March 28. While a rapid turnaround, this falls in line with how the Diablo team has handled longer seasons — like Season 22 — by leaving a very short gap between Seasons. I'd predicted either April 2 or April 9 launch for Season 23, and while I though we'd get the full 12 day break between Seasons, it turned out that Blizzard wants to get the Season to us sooner.
No, Diablo 3’s Season 23 won’t have a theme
So we're all waiting for Diablo 3 patch 2.7.0, which is still on the PTR and we have no current idea when it will be considered fully tested.