Diablo III Rise of the Necromancer newest expansion comes with hype-building trailer

By: Costea Lestoc
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Diablo is one of Blizzard’s highly successful game series, with the latest title being Diablo III, released over 4 years ago. Although it has been some time since Blizzard released Diablo III, the title has maintained its popularity to this day. The game has also received an expansion in the meantime, called Reaper of Souls, in which players must face a new threat that emerges after the defeat of Diablo in the original Diablo III campaign.

Recently, Blizzard held the latest edition of BlizzCon, and Diablo fans had a reason to rejoice, as something new and exciting is coming to Diablo III: Reaper of Souls. We are talking, of course, about the Necromancer, the newest hero class that will be available to play in the game.

While not all details regarding the new class have been yet made available, quite a few details regarding the ability palette that necromancers will have at their disposal, such as the ability to throw bones, make enemies explode and siphon their blood, but also the ability to command an entire army of undead.

Diablo players hyped by the announcement while have to wait a little longer, however, as the new content has been scheduled for a 2017 release. Players buying the new  necromancer pack, appropriately named Rise of the Necromancer, will also receive a bag of goodies for Diablo III, such as a portrait frame, a banner and banner sigil, and also a pennant. Other perks include two character slots, and stash tabs, and last but not least, a pet.

The price for the new pack has not yet been disclosed, so fans must stay tuned to find out more about the price and availability of the Rise of the Necromancer pack.

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