2023 has been a pretty stellar year in gaming so far thanks to releases like Tears of the Kingdom, Diablo 4, and Baldur's Gate 3 (just to name a few).
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.
Right now, the two games battling for supremacy atop my personal heap of video games I'm trying to play are Diablo 4 and Baldur's Gate 3, while I've sort of taken a break from World of Warcraft for a while (although that gets harder every passing day).
People — humans in general — are a largely irrational group.
Diablo 4's first Season, the Season of the Malignant, will launch on July 20 with a host of additions to the game — many of which you'll only be able to access by making a new seasonal character.
I have a laundry list of changes I'd like to see made to Diablo 4, varying from game mechanics to lore and story additions.
We've known for quite a bit that a Hardcore mode was going to be part of Diablo 4, but Blizzard upped the ante for the latest release -- the first 1000 characters to reach level 100 on hardcore would have their names enshrined on a statue of Lilith to commemorate their achievement.
While many are still reflecting on the implications of what happens with Lilith and Inarius in Diablo 4 there are a number of franchise devotees who await the answer to a far more pressing question: is there a Cow Level?
Take advantage of WoW’s Winds of Sanctuary 50% experience and reputation buff to gain rep with most Dragonflight factions
The second part of the Diablo-themed crossover event, Welcome to Sanctuary, is now live in World of Warcraft.
Diablo 4 is here, and with it we return to general use stats for all classes (similar to Diablo 2), where you prioritize the core stats based on the attributes they grant your class.