Blizzard announced today the release date of the first season for console players (PS4 and Xbox One) of Diablo 3, which was announced at BlizzCon. Starting Friday March 31st console players will be able to enjoy season just like PC players have (including the Rebirth option). Check out the full details on the Blizzard post about this, below are a few of the important items coming for this season. The following is the sets available via Haedrig’s Gift for Season 10: Barbarian – The Legacy of Raekor Crusader – Armor of Akkhan Demon Hunter – Embodiment of the Marauder Monk – Inna’s Mantra Witch Doctor – Zunimassa’s Haunt Wizard – Delsere’s Magnum Opus Another key piece of info outlines that you will need to be connected to either the Playstation Network, or the Xbox Live service to create (or rebirth) your character for the season:
Amazon is having a big sale today on Diablo 3. If you already don’t own the game on PC, PS3, or Xbox 360 now is the time to buy. The regular price of $39.99 has been dropped to $19.99 for all versions of Diablo 3. Best Buy is also offering the same deal. Of course, keep in mind that the Ultimate Evil Edition for PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One is releasing in August and will include the original game with the Reaper of Souls expansion. However, that will cost you $59.99. If that one interests you more, pre-orders are currently available.
Blizzard has just announced that Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls will be coming to the PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One on the 19th August. The Ultimate Evil Edition – that’s regular D3 plus the RoS expansion pack, for the unitiated – will cost $59.99 on the PS4 and Xbox One or $39.99 on the PS3 and Xbox 360. As a pre-order bonus, nephalem will receive the Infernal Pauldrons, a pair of fancy red-glowing shoulders with Vitality, Life per Second and Cooldown Reduction stats. On August 19, the Angel of Death invades console systems everywhere as Diablo® III: Reaper of Souls™ – Ultimate Evil Edition™ launches on the PS3™, PS4™, Xbox 360®, and Xbox One®. Prepare your living room now, nephalem, because by summer’s end you’ll face off against Death himself—with up to four players banding together on a single TV screen. Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition is filled