Diablo 3 to get Armory and Challenger Rifts goodies in 2017
Diablo 3 got quite the attention at this year’s edition of BlizzCon, which is a huge event held every year by Blizzard in which all the company’s titles receive new content while fans get news directly from developers and engage in a lot of other Blizzard related activities.
As if Diablo fans weren’t already hyped for 2017 after seeing Blizzard’s announcement for the new Necromancer class that will be made available early next year, now they have even more reason to revisit Sanctuary.
Blizzard is planning on bringing some new exciting features into Diablo 3 in 2017, namely the Armory and Challenge Rifts. Let’s go through them and see what they bring to the table.
With the help of the new Armory feature, players will be able to swap out loadouts easier than ever, removing any kind of frustration that might have gone along with the process until now. You can instantly change your build or play style without having to manually sort through all your Legendary Gems, Kanai’s Cube powers or items, or even skills for that matter. It can all be done from the Armory and you will be on your way to the next challenge in no time.
Speaking of challenges, the other feature that will come sometime in 2017 to Diablo 3 is Challenge Rifts. With this one, players will be able to sample the newest build they are interested in without the hassle of putting them together. Now, every time you see someone else with a stunning build , you can do something about it.
While 2017 is just around the corner, Diablo fans will still have to do a little bit of waiting before finally enjoying all these cool things Blizzard has prepared for them.
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