The second season for the Diablo 3 game has been released previously, and while fans seem to be satisfied with it, they can’t help but contemplate on what the next update for the said game will be.
Fans are speculating that a new patch will be released sooner than everyone thinks.
This is because of the fact that the people at Blizzard Entertainment have been known to not being complacent and to always be thinking of what the next development for their games would be, regardless if a new improvement has just been released.
The second season was released last February of this year, and gained a big amount of unique players for the game.
The veterans were also pleased with the changes made in the second season.
As reported previously, the concept of Seasonal Heroes was introduced.
The description for the said change was explained by the developers themselves, thru the official Diablo site, “Seasons are an optional, recurring game mode that offers PC players the opportunity to periodically start fresh, leveling new Normal or Hardcore heroes from level 1 without any currency, resources, items, or previously earned Paragon experience,” the writer explained.
“Similar to the separation between Normal and Hardcore game modes, Seasonal heroes will also have their own shared stash and Artisan progression.” “Any currency, materials, recipes, items, Paragon experience, and Artisan progression earned during a Season will be rolled over to a player’s non-Seasonal profile once the Season concludes.” The explanation was deemed helpful by fans.
They said that the intructions were stated in a way that would cause excitement for gamers but at the same time, did not seem hard to follow.
Following the news about Blizzard always on their toes about what the next developments would be, Diablo 3’s Lead Producer has released a statement via g247 addressing the company’s plans for the said game.
“We’re already planning out what the next content update will be but we’re not making, we’re still talking about what the long-view is for the franchise, mainly because we want to see how people react to Reaper,” said Alex Mayberry. “We want to make sure that we don’t get ahead of the community and start going down some road that won’t lead us to where we want to go.”