Console players rejoice as Blizzard announces Diablo Seasons coming 2017
Blizzard has developed many memorable franchises over the course of its long and fruitful history, and one of them is Diablo. Even though the last full length Diablo game has been out for four years, fans are still eager to hear any Diablo III related news Blizzard throws their way, and one of the best places to do it is BlizzCon.
BlizzCon is a special get-together held by Blizzard annually, in which the communities of all the Blizzard titles unite and partake in numerous different activities. The things you can enjoy at BlizzCon range from interviews and QnA’s with the developers of your favorite Blizzard game, to multiplayer competitions and fun games that can earn you cool prizes.
At the 2016 edition of BlizzCon, which also marked BlizzCon’s 10th anniversary, there has been an announcement concerning Diablo Seasons. Xbox One and PlayStation 4 users were delighted to find out that Blizzard will be bringing Diablo Season to their preferred console, giving them the opportunity to do what PC and Mac users already could.
For those that aren’t familiar with Diablo Seasons, it is an opportunity for Diablo players to reach goals that in exchange reward 6-piece class sets. In addition, players can also compete in the Season leaderboard. Rewards aren’t restricted to gear, however, as there are also pets and cosmetic items to be gained. The concept behind is that players create a new character each time a new season starts, so that everyone has even chance. Additionally, none of the gold, items, points or levels can be brought over from your already existing characters on your normal account.
The Diablo Seasons, which brings backs Diablo 2 into Diablo 3,has been available to PC and Mac users ever since 2014, when Blizzard released the feature in August, towards the delight of fans all across.
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