Diablo 4 Classes
Love it or leave it, Diablo 4 is going to grow and has a ton of possibilities for follow-up, and it’s already confirmed that we're getting a Diablo 4 expansion in the next year, likely to be announced in a few weeks at BlizzCon.
Diablo 4 Season 2, Season of Blood, is upon us, and its associated patch 1.2.0 contains a slew of class balance changes — which may mean you'll want to play a different class than you were before.
The upcoming Diablo 4 patch 1.1.1 will primarily focus on class changes, with improvements to the Sorcerer and Barbarian classes after they received significant nerfs in patch patch 1.1.0.
Diablo 4's popularity as well as its open-ended story means that an expansion (or three) is a matter of when, not if.
Diablo 4 launches this afternoon at 4pm pacific, and if you're still deciding what to play, we're here to help.
The Druid is the master of shapeshifting and the wielder of natural forces in the Diablo franchise.
While each game in the Diablo franchise builds on the last, none of them quite replace each other.
Many of us have had the chance to try out Diablo 4’s classes in the recent beta tests, and we probably all have our favorites.
Diablo 4 Necromancer gameplay preview showcases new ways to explode corpses or shower enemies in blood
The Necromancer in Diablo 4 has been outlined in one of the Diablo 4 Quarterly Updates, which we talked about somewhat briefly in the overall roundup post for D4's classes.
Thanks to a deluge of news, we officially have the fifth and final Diablo 4 class revealed — but that's just at launch.