Diablo's 20th anniversary celebration brought Darkening of Tristram to Diablo 3.The event made the game even more exciting with how it is entirely different and how it became more interesting than before. Players are trying to maximize the event so that they can get to experience the celebration.
Darkening Of Tristram In Diablo 3 Made The Game Even Better
Darkening of Tristam is a game changer on Diablo 3. According to WWG, the players will notice that the game will be in retro mode. This means that because of the event, players will see iconic items from Diablo like dungeons.
Diablo 3 fans have been eyeing for items like Legendary and Set items that were not in the game before. But players are eager to get items like Saffron Wrap, Faithful Memory, Hellcat Waistguard, Rabid Strike and Manald Heal.
The players of Diablo 3 were ecstatic when Greater Rifts have been improved. They noticed that monsters are equally distributed in different maps. Also, the players can upgrade their Legendary gems with the new ability that came with the event.
Lastly, Diablo 3 has been improved with bug fixes. The players can attack their opponents such as assassins, punishers and burrowing leapers from mid-air range. The players can look for cache of dyes that Myriam, the Mystic is holding.
How Did Darkening Of Tristram Changed Diablo 3?
The players should play Diablo 3's Darkening of Tristam event because it is only available for a limited time. They can access it for this month only. Although as per Game Revolution, unlike any other DLC, the event will be happening annually.
Originally, Diablo has 16 dungeons and have four sections. Blizzard updated it to suit Diablo 3. The developer used special visual effects in order for the cathedral dungeons to appear grainy so that the players can relive how the first installment looks.
It is quite fascinating how Blizzard improved Diablo 3 with the help of adding Darkening of Tristram. Hopefully, the event will make the players more interested because the developer wants nothing but the best for them.