Diablo 3 on PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 will be playable offline, according to an interview reported by Eurogamer. The interview is no longer available, but Sony’s John Hight is said to have mentioned offline play briefly before being interrupted. The news makes sense in a console context but the Mac and PC versions of Diablo 3 famously require always-on Internet in order to help keep it free from hacks and cheats, something the real-money Auction House requires. The console version will have a number of interesting features and has not been dated.
The E3 demo for Far Cry 5 showed a nice slice of everything we’ll be doing in the game, but today’s video is even better.
Not to be outplayed by other publishers at gamescom, Activision has dropped the launch trailer for Destiny 2 16 days ahead of the actual launch.
Fe, the indie platformer from EA Originals, gets a lovely new gamescom trailer, Switch version confirmed
Fe, the EA Originals title the publisher unveiled at E3 last year, has resurfaced once again at this year’s gamescom.
Is there any hope of salvaging Blizzard’s sortie into Deathmatch territory?
Expect a new Overwatch animated short, a look at a new map for the shooter and information on World of Warcraft Patch 7.3 next week during gamescom 2017.
You won’t be able to play Blizzard games on Windows XP, and Vista starting this October.
Diablo 3: Rise of the Necromancer is live, here's what's new with the rollout of patch 2.6 for PC and consoles
Patch notes for Diablo 3’s latest update have dropped.