The Return of Always Be Hitting Goblins: A guide to Treasure Goblins, which now spawn twice as fast in Diablo 3 Season 22
Once upon a time in Diablo 3, Season 14 had just begun.
Diablo 3 Season 21 just started, so I hope you're ready for the latest speed run to 70.
Update: Season 20 has come to a close, but never fear, because Season 21 should be live in the next couple of weeks.
In case you didn't hear, Diablo 3's Season 20 is ending on June 21.
The doors haven't shut on Season 20 in Diablo 3 yet, so you've still got time to dig in and extract some key rewards before the next Season kicks off — but not very much time, because the Season ends on June 21.
Well, this is some different last-minute news.
Diablo 3, Path of Exile, Animal Crossing, and so much more — how do you pick what game gets most of your time?
Season 20 of Diablo 3 started about a week and a half ago, which feels like five years ago in the current environment.
I've said it before: I love Diablo 3 Seasons.
Diablo 3 is in its sunset phase. Diablo 4 is in active development, Season 20 is in roughly a week, and my question to you is, since we don't know when D4 will be out, how much longer can we be sustained with Season play?
Season 20, the Season of Forbidden Archives (aka — Kanai's Cube-o-Rama) is coming soon to a Diablo 3 near you.