A new season is now available for Diablo 3 players. The new content patch will also bring new features and tweaks that will improve the quality-of-life for players from all over the world. Below you can find a comprehensive list of the most important changes.
Fresh item sets
A new season brings a brand-new season journey that is filled with rewards. Players will be able to collect an exciting item set for their favorite class:
- Barbarian-Immortal King’s Call
- Crusader-Seeker of the Light
- Demon Hunter-Natalya’s Vengeance
- Monk- Uliana’s Stratagem
- Witch Doctor-Spirit of Arachyr
- Wizard-Vyr’s Amazing Arcana
- Last but not least: Necromancer- Trag’Ouls Avatar
The set can be unlocked by completing the first four chapters of the season journey and redeeming the three Haedrig’s Gift caches on your desired character. Keep in mind that they can only be redeemed on one character per season.
New season theme
The new season theme offers an interesting opportunity for players that like to mix several item sets in order to gain different advantages. All the seasonal characters will be bestowed with the power of the Ring of Royal Grandeur. The power replaces an item from item set, allowing the characters to equip 1, 3 or 5 items from a set and use the advantages that would be available when 2, 4, or 6 pieces are equipped. Do keep in mind that this bonus will not stack with another Ring of Royal Grandeur, either equipped directly or by using Kanai’s Cube.
Look fabulous with new cosmetic rewards
Those that accept the challenge will be able to earn new cosmetic rewards. Stylish shoulders and a helm are available via the exclusive Conqueror Set. A fresh selection of portraits will provide further customization. Devoted players will gain access to the Wings of Lempo, inspired by some of the most beautiful butterflies.
A new stash tab
Those that did not unlock the season stash tabs by now will be able to get one by completing a list of dangerous objectives.
The new season has been released on January 18.
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