Diablo 4 is going to have Seasons -- similar to, but more in depth than its predecessor D3 did -- and one of the consequences of Seasonal Rotations is that players new to the franchise may be surprised or even shocked by things we veteran players of the Diablo series are used to seeing.
The new Season's start is one of my favorite times of the year.
If you play Diablo 3 as primarily a Seasonal player, you may not really think very much about the game between Seasons.
I'm going to irritate people with my love of Diablo seasons someday.
We no longer have to speculate on when Diablo 3's Season 20 is going to start, because Blizzard has finally announced that it's going to be on March 13.
If you're in the thick of Diablo 3's Season 18, you may be wondering: when am I going to have to get serious about wrapping up my Seasonal Journey?
Blizzard talks about continued support for Diablo 3, but what does it mean for the future of the franchise?
Sometimes, when you're dealing with Blizzard, it's as much about what they don't say as what they do say.
While PC gamers may be hyped for Season 4, coming to Diablo 3 this week, console gamers remain locked out from the excitement.
Diablo III's second season is set to begin today at the following listed times.
Senior Technical Game Designer Wyatt Cheng and Don Vu, Associate Game Designer are joined by Game Designer Travis Day on the Diablo Twitch stream on Tuesday, February 10 at 11:00am Pacific to look back at Season 1 and look ahead to future Seasons.