Dying is easy in Diablo 4 -- all it takes is a turn down the wrong path in Sanctuary or a bad pull in a dungeon and the next thing you know your headstone is displayed on the screen.
Diablo 4 launches this afternoon at 4pm pacific, and if you're still deciding what to play, we're here to help.
In Diablo 4 each class gets a unique class mechanic unlocked via questing.
Diablo 4 Season 1 is nearly here and if you've decided to explore Sanctuary this time as a blade concealed in shadows or an archer defeating enemies from afar, you'll want to play the Rogue.
Many of us have had the chance to try out Diablo 4’s classes in the recent beta tests, and we probably all have our favorites.
The One D&D Playtest continues with Expert Classes, giving us a preview of Bards, Rangers and Rogues
Released in the familiar Unearthed Arcana format, the Expert Classes playtest document for One D&D presents changes to the entire structure of classes in the game with the creation of Class Groups.
Class quests are coming to Diablo 4... at least for the recently-revealed Rogue class.
Before I saw the Diablo 4: What's Next? video during BlizzConline, I was of the opinion -- based on what was said at BlizzCon 2019 -- that we would be getting five playable classes for Diablo 4 in total.
If you play a Rogue in World of Warcraft, you should know that the first rule of Rogue Club is: we don't talk about Rogue Club.
Have you ever wanted to see a Cairne Bloodhoof hit Sindragosa in the face with a totem?