Blizzard Confirms That All Seasons Of Diablo 3 Are Heading To Consoles Next Week

Since Rise of the Necromancer DLC is not yet live in Diablo 3, Blizzard will make the game even more exciting by adding all the seasons of the game to all consoles later this month. In addition, season 10 will soon start in the game, the same day when previous seasons will be accessible.

Missing Old Seasons Of Diablo 3?

It was last year when Blizzard announced that all seasons of the game will be available in Diablo 3 in all platforms. According to PlayStation Lifestyle, all seasons will go live on March 31. The developer wants the PS4 and Xbox One users to access the previous seasons since only PC users manage to experience them.

PS4 and XB1 users can receive the rewards that were given during the past seasons in Diablo 3 and also try the Season Journey. Other than that, they can also play in the game's season 10 because that is what Blizzard wants to happen.

The PS4 and XB1 users can consider themselves lucky because they will not miss out the fun that PC users have been experiencing since season one. Hopefully, they can manage to catch up because there are nine seasons that they missed.

What Is Next For Diablo 3?

Blizzard also announces that patch 2.5.0 will soon go live in Diablo 3. The much-awaited features like Armory, crafting materials, new adventure modes and primal ancients will soon be added in the game, something that players have been waiting for six years, as per WWG.

As of today, Blizzard has not revealed when will Rise of the Necromancer DLC be available, as per Express. However, fans of Diablo 3 need not to worry because anytime this year, the content will be accessible together with a female necromancer.

It is undeniable that Diablo 3 remains to be one of the strongest RPGs that players have been enjoying for a very long time. That is why Blizzard is determined to make the game more interesting since, even it still attracts new gamers, even today.

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