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Diablo Immortal’s Forgotten Nightmares update adds more ways to get Legendary Crests, but is it enough?
The first major update to Diablo Immortal is Forgotten Nightmares, an expansive patch with a new dungeon (Silent Monastery), major updates to Warbands (including a guild housing in Castle Cyranger), a new Helliquary raid boss (Izilech the Misshapen), a new event (Scouring the Darkness), as well as another new Battle Pass season, complete with new themed cosmetics. But the most interesting thing in this update is the fact that there's a new way to get Legendary Crests without spending real cash.
The community has been getting more and more details about Diablo 4 as the game's expected 2023 launch nears.
What do you think about subscriptions, Season Passes, and other types of “live service” monetization?
We've recently learned that Diablo 4 will feature Seasons, much like Diablo 3.
Marvel Snap has themed its second season, running July 5 through August 2, around the upcoming Thor: Love and Thunder movie.
Warcraft Arclight Rumble is (technically) Blizzard's first Warcraft title built first and foremost with mobile in mind and -- especially with Diablo Immortal's current reception -- has a lot of weight already on its shoulders.
Lord of the Rings Online is celebrating its 15th anniversary by making more of the game free to play
Lord of the Rings Online may have launched in 2007, but it's still going strong.
Diablo Immortal is expected to land on mobile devices worldwide in the first half of 2022.
We’re finally getting our first real look at Diablo Immortal — and more information about its microtransactions
We finally know when Diablo Immortal will get any sort of public test: the answer is "now, if you live in Australia." The announcement of a technical alpha test says invites to Australian players who pre-registered on the Google Play Store have started going out, and there are already streamers showing off gameplay.
Coming with the Hearthstone Ashes of Outland expansion, all players will get duplicate protection for all cards -- meaning they won't get any duplicate cards until they've collected every card at every rarity in a set, which was previously only applied to Legendary cards.
WoW is technically free to play.