Diablo III: Reaper of Souls Summary
We spent most of 2016 clinging to the hope that one of the year's rumors would turn out to be true - a potential remake of a classic Diablo game. And while it proved to not quite be the case in the end, we were to get something almost as good; an anniversary event that would bring a chunk of Diablo history to Diablo III.
Hearken back to just a few days ago. A day when Blizzard rumors were as rife as ever, and people had started to put two and two together after spotting Diablo II lead, David Brevik, back on the California campus amidst a slew of other Diablo related hints. Well, it turns out it had nothing to do with what we'd hoped. At least not for now.
It took more than 10 years for us to see a real successor to Diablo II, and even though Diablo III has been around for a little while now, even with the expansion taken into mind, it seems far too early to expect a full-blown sequel.
Blizzard has announced on Battle.net that the gigantic 2.4 patch for Diablo III, which had been in beta for several months, is finally live and available for download. The new patch is, in Blizzard's words, "crammed full of new features, items, and plenty of quality of life and balance changes."
Blizzard has posted a newin the Battle.net Blog detailing the upcoming 2.4 patch that will be send to test servers soon. The patch will chiefly add new Adventure Mode content as well as a new gameplay challenge called "Set Dungeons".