One of the big categories of improvement coming in patch 2.3.0 is the revamp to the crafting system in Diablo 3.
As we await another Diablo 3 expansion announcement, Blizzard is testing out more improvements on the PTR to keep hardcore fans happy.
Last week, I said I'd fit Kanai's Cube in another day, because its seven services cover as much ground as the other three artisans.
There are three artisans currently in Diablo 3 with a fourth coming in patch 2.3.0.
Sescheron, the fallen.
As I was ending a Diablo 3 patch 2.3.0 PTR game in order to start a new one, the Season 4 introduction screen popped up.
After multiple attempts to get into a Torment VII game on the Diablo 3 Patch 2.3.0 PTR, I made a bet with myself -- if I start the game queue-in now, maybe I could raid through the entire X-hour queue and then finally the queue will pop when I'm done playing World of Warcraft with my guild.
The Horadric Cube was one of the most popular items of Diablo 2.
Diablo 3 has been relatively quiet lately, relying on Seasonal play and new Legendary sets to keep players engaged.