Diablo 4 will have Seasons, iterating on the Ladder Seasons from Diablo 2 and the Seasons of Diablo 3.
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.
The Season of Mastery concept is a game changer for WoW Classic -- it basically allows the game to constantly reinvent itself and keep what will otherwise become a very limited set of content (the original WoW and two expansions) into something evergreen.
Diablo 3's Season 26 will feature the Echoing Nightmare, a brand new endgame challenge that will only be available for Seasonal players during this one Season.
Diablo 3 introduced Themed Seasons with its Season 14.
To all the Goblins I’ve chased before: The best, most interesting, and most exciting Seasonal Themes in Diablo 3
Diablo hasn't always had Seasonal Themes, but they make each Season something special.
We no longer have to speculate on when Diablo 3's Season 20 is going to start, because Blizzard has finally announced that it's going to be on March 13.
With BlizzCon two weeks away, we're in the position of wondering what will happen when it has come and gone, and one of the games I most wonder about is Diablo 3.
If you're new to Diablo 3 or just to the concept of Seasons in the game, you may be wondering what's going on with all the hype about the upcoming Season 18, which starts this Friday, August 23.
UPDATE: The Season 18 PTR is now up and the new Season 18 buff has been revealed.