Not every game has DLC, of course, but I think Diablo 3 did when it introduced the Necromancer class as a downloadable pack.
Valor Points have returned to address the difficulty of gearing up in Mythic Keystone dungeons by letting players upgrade gear — but even with these changes, quite a few World of Warcraft players were concerned by the relative paucity of loot drops in raids.
I collect weapons.
Often, the people who play video games say they wish the devs of said games would pay more attention to them and their concerns.
A stat-based feature that many have wanted in WoW Classic won't be included in the game for design philosophy reasons, Blizzard explained in a recent blog post.
Update: This was originally posted just for our supporters, but now it's available for everyone.
It's no secret that I love Diablo 3, Barbarians, and the Wrath of the Wastes set.
Several players feel like the recent nerf to classes like Barbarians and Witch Doctors is aimed at keeping Necromancers ahead of the pack on Greater Rift clears. Now Blizzard has addressed the reasoning behind these changes and what they actually add up to.
I have a transmog collection I'm constantly working on: farming old content, trawling the auction house, running dungeons and raids.
Legendary items in Legion seem like they will have more in common with Diablo loot than WoW loot.