Diablo 3’s final season demonstrates everything Diablo 4 gets wrong
Diablo 3 is not being sunsetted. But the 11-year-old game is now the oldest of the four — yes, four — Diablo games that Blizzard currently operates (the others being Diablo 4, Diablo Immortal, and Diablo 2 Resurrected), and the developer has decided that it’s time to move it into a kind of semi-retirement phase.
First, though, it gets a swan song. Sept. 15 marked the launch of the game’s 29th season, “Visions of Enmity,” which will be the last season to get its own theme and any new content. Patches and technical support will continue beyond this point, but from season 30, Diablo 3 will begin cycling through old seasonal content every three months, resting on its laurels like a legendary band touring its greatest hits.……
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