Diablo 3 Season 4
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.
Zoltun Kulle brought a second trio of build items to the game with Kanai's Cube, where you can equip three legendary powers which you've previously extracted from their items. But Seasons were introduced a little over a year ago with patch 2.1, and they brought with them the first build trios to remember -- legendary gems.
Diablo 3's Season 4 came out with seasonal objectives, a way for seasonal players to explore various areas of content in the game while on their way to earning cosmetic rewards.
While PC gamers may be hyped for Season 4, coming to Diablo 3 this week, console gamers remain locked out from the excitement.
Maybe you're not excited by the new lore, the new artisan, or the revamped systems in the upcoming Diablo 3 patch 2.3.0 -- you're all about the loot!
Get ready to roll a new champion to once again face down death itself, Diablo 3 Season 4 is starting in just a couple of weeks on Friday, August 28 at 5pm PT.
The end is almost nigh for Diablo 3's third season.
As we await another Diablo 3 expansion announcement, Blizzard is testing out more improvements on the PTR to keep hardcore fans happy.
My last run with the Diablo 3 patch 2.3.0 PTR was spent leveling a seasonal character so I could get a sneak peek at all the new seasonal objectives you have to complete to claim the pet and portrait rewards.
As I was ending a Diablo 3 patch 2.3.0 PTR game in order to start a new one, the Season 4 introduction screen popped up.