'Diablo 3' Latest News & Updates: Blizzard Entertainment Confirmed Season 10, Necromancer Class, No 'Diablo 4' Yet

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Mar 15, 2017 03:09 PM EDT

Fans are expecting to hear "Diablo 4" release from the Blizzard Entertainment, but the fourth installment might not be having a 2017 launch. (Photo : Rich Polk/Getty Images)

The "Diablo 3" release created a new record for PC game since more than 3.5 million copies were sold over its first 24 hours. Blizzard Entertainment recently announced the "Diablo 3" Season 10 release for PS4 and Xbox One on March 31.

According to MobiPicker, "Diablo 3" Season 10 will start two weeks after the game's ninth season end on March 17. Players expect changes in the new season, but it would be affected by the PS4 and Xbox One’s availability.

There will be no "Diablo 4" at the Blizzcon 2017, which will be happening on Nov. 3 and 4. Fans would rather hear an announcement regarding "Diablo 3" remake. Blizzard Entertainment is apparently to concentrate on the original game's recreation.

Furthermore, there will be the addition of a new Necromancer class to "Diablo 3," which has no PS4, Xbox One, and PC release date yet. Nevertheless, the premier game developer didn't make a clear statement until when the “Diablo 3” Season 10 lasts.

The Necromancer will be the latest playable hero of "Diablo 3." It was influenced by the "Diablo 2" hero; the Priests of Rathma that retain the fragile balance between life and death.

The Necromancy pack is expected to include two new nephalem heroes, one male, and one female. The latter was recently revealed accompanied by some remarkable skills, Express reported. Aside from the new bone-armour, players are also going to gather fresh treasure and more Legendaries and Set items.

The Rise of the Necromancer Pack will contain the character, in-game pet, cosmetic wings, two character slots and two stash tabs for PC only. The new pack of "Diablo 3" will also include portrait frame, pennant, banner, and banner sigil. Its overall theme is Blood and Bone magic.

Players who prefer the “Diablo 3” Necromancer will be called Masters of the dark arts. They will be required to derive Essence from the dead bodies of their opponents to level up their new skills. The new pack is set to be released in the second half of 2017.

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