With Fallout 4’s release the folks at Blizzard might have gotten a bit nostalgic, which could be the reason for this item in patch 2.4—a legendary gem to be exact—being full of Fallout puns.
With its unique ability to transmute items into new ones, the Horadric Cube was one of the most useful and iconic items in Diablo II. And while Diablo III had no item like this so far, that will change in an upcoming content patch.
Happy Birthday Diablo III! The game came out three years ago and an anniversary like this means a special event. This time it’s a Cowpocalypse, and it’ll be a nostalgic one for all Diablo fans.
Here’s an insanely skilled Diablo III player Dat Modz proving that it’s possible to get to max level in no time. Sixty-five seconds to be exact. That’s bloody impressive.
Diablo III and all its predecessors have a fixed camera with an isometric view. We can zoom in, but basically that’s it. Monstrousd3 messed a bit with the camera angles and made a short clip showing how the game would look from a different perspective, similar to World of Warcraft’s.
What's better than bumping into a rare pack of Treasure Goblins in Diablo III? Bumping into two packs, around two dozen goblins right next to each other, all carrying tons of loot and legendaries.
2.1.0 brings with it a competitive game mode based on Diablo II's online ladders, called Seasons, and a new type of endgame dungeon: Greater Rifts.
Ibelinn's Death Maiden cosplay is simply amazing—within hours of it being posted to the Diablo subreddit, it was already on the official Diablo III Facebook page and Twitter. The costume, which consists of an airbrushed bodysuit and a suit of armor made of thermoplastic, took about six months to create.
"Already, Belial's sh** has fallen upon Caldeum"... and other bad news from Tyrael in this funny but also disgusting censored version of Diablo III, put together by Unnecessary Censorship.
Here's Amiar with his Crusader, doing some insane runs in Diablo III: Reaper of Souls. He manages to clear endgame content in 13 minutes on the hardest difficulty, while using only one skill: Blessed Shield.
Heck, it doesn't even exist. That's why South Korea blogger Laptick decided to create it. Well, at least the packaging and the Game Boy cartridge.
Diablo III: Reaper of Souls, the first expansion to Blizzard's action-RPG, has sold 2.7 million copies on PC since its last week launch. According to Blizzard, the expansion's final boss has been slain 1.5 million times so far—a small number, considering you get to kill him over and over in Adventure Mode.
Farewell, Diablo III story mode. You had a nice long run, but now that I've completed Reaper of Souls' fifth chapter, there's no reason for me to replay you ever again. It's adventure time!
I haven't played much Diablo III since I reviewed the initial release back in 2012. It was nice and solid and Diablo-esque, but it didn't capture my attention the way earlier games in the series had. Does the Reaper of Souls expansion change that? Watch and find out.
One of the locations in Diablo III's Reaper of Souls expansion is the Blood Marsh, which sounds like a creepy place from the name, and this preview track Blizzard has put together for us to listen to definitely gives off that vibe with bells, booms and a choir.