Diablo 3 does Seasons a little differently now than when it began the concept back in 2015.
What is the lifespan of a game?
If you're just picking up Diablo 3 on the Switch, or hitting a Season for the first time and you're wondering how to gear up faster, I have some good news and some bad news for you.
I'm not saying there will be a new class, because I'd sooner expect a Diablo 4 announcement than a Diablo 3 expansion announcement.
After Season 16's Season of Grandeur buff and Season 17's Season of Nightmares , I think it's fair to say that Blizzard has hit on an interesting formula for future Seasonal play in Diablo 3. While some players have complained about Season 17's Legacy of Nightmare bonus being a bit hard to make work -- at least until you have enough Ancient Legendary pieces, anyway -- there's no denying that there's a certain amount of fun to be had in the concept of a special power that the Season bestows on all Seasonal characters.
If you're playing Diablo 3's Season 17 you may have noticed the Legacy of Nightmares set bonus has been adapted into a Seasonal power.
This is a question people are often asking, especially now that Diablo 3 is playable on so many platforms — Windows and Mac, Playstation 3 and 4, Xbox 360 and One, and the Nintendo Switch as well.
I'm taking it slow and only really playing Diablo 3 Season 17 when both my wife and I can play together, so we're at about Paragon 220 or so and bulldozing Torment 11 or 12, depending on how we feel that day.
It's Season 17 in Diablo 3, which started on May 17 because Blizzard are whimsical that way.
I personally love when Diablo 3 does a new Season -- it gives me an excuse to create a new alt and/or rebirth one of my current Barbarians.