To everything, turn turn turn, there is a Season, turn turn turn, and a use for every class on Sancturary.
I started thinking about this when Liz Harper first mentioned wanting to see Amazons in Diablo 4 because she hadn't seen that particular archetype combining ranged and melee play in Diablo 3.
Diablo 3's Patch 2.6.8 continues the trend from 2.6.7 of adding new sets to the line-up with accompanying legendary item tweaks.
With Diablo 3's Season 19 set to begin soon, it's time to pick your next toon.
So maybe Diablo 4's big announcement has captured your interest in the Diablo series.
When discussing Diablo 4 and what classes we'd like to see in it, the first thing to realize is that each new Diablo game has introduced new ones.
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.
Okay, it's no secret I've been playing a lot of Diablo 3 lately.
Analysis of Diablo 3 Season 4 started as early as a month in with a piechart graphic from Monstrous, a Diablo 3 forum MVP, that tracked class popularity in the leaderboards in 4-player, 3-player, 2-player, and solo groups across all seasons, using data from DiabloRank.
Last week, we talked about the various game modes you can play, but come on, what good is all that if you haven't picked a character to play yet? Which Diablo 3 class should you play -- and what makes them any different from the classes you find in WoW?