Blizzard Entertainment promises better communication on Diablo III development, more themed seasons on the way

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They didn’t announce an expansion.

What you need to know

  • Diablo III hasn’t received any story content in years.
  • Blizzard Entertainment today promises more themed season for the game.
  • Games like Path of Exile receive story content frequently.
  • You can purchase Diablo III for $60 on the Microsoft Store.

Diablo III is a great isometric adventure game, but it hasn’t really gotten people’s attention in recent years. Many months ago, Blizzard Entertainment announced Diablo Immortal, a mobile game, instead of Diablo IV like everyone was expecting. Due to this, the franchise isn’t held in such high regard anymore. While Diablo III still receives post-launch support, it’s not on the level of say Path of Exile, which gets expansions with new story quests all the time.

Today, Blizzard posted an update on the game’s website discussing “ongoing support.” The title made it sound like some massive changes were coming. Unfortunately, that isn’t the case. The post went on to focus on how Themed Seasons are quite successful and what to expect from them in the coming months.

Source: Windows

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