Diablo 4 Season 1
In the Diablo 4 section of BlizzCon Opening Ceremonies, Production Directors Tiffany Wat and Chris Wilson announced five class-specific rings: Malignant Rings.
Diablo 4, Season 1 is rapidly drawing to a close: the Season 1 ends and Season 2 starts at 10:00am pacific on October 17, 2023.
Diablo 4's Season 1 added a new repeatable boss fight, Varshan, the Consumed, which first shows up during the new Seasonal storyline -- but after you defeat him and finish the questline, you'll learn how to begin crafting items that allow you to repeat the process, and there are some great rewards for doing so.
Diablo 4 released June 6, 2023, and Season 1 started a whopping 45 days later.
Treasure Goblins, Legion Events, and bosses will drop more Legendary loot in Diablo 4 patch 1.1.1, now live
A lot of the focus on Diablo 4 patch 1.1.1 have been on the class changes, mainly for Sorcerer and Barbarian.
After the initial set of Diablo 4 patch notes for its first season, the Season of the Malignant, many Sorcerer players were distraught with the many nerfs the class was being subjected to.
The odds are good that if you're playing Diablo 4's Season 1 content, after you skip or complete the campaign you'll find yourself diving into the Malignant Tunnels in search of Malignant Hearts -- while none of them will make or break a build quite like legendary aspects, they provide varied and powerful effects.
The Season of the Malignant is well underway in Diablo 4, and with lots of folks trying out new classes -- as well as the much-discussed Patch 1.1.0 hitting right beforehand -- it seems like a fine time to ask: How the season is treating you?
If you're playing Diablo 4 Season 1, the Season of the Malignant, and you haven't been able to get Malignant Hearts to drop for you, that may be because of the way the Season theme works this time.
Diablo 4 Season 1 added the new Smoldering Ashes currency, which is used to buy Season Blessings.