Diablo 3 console players will soon be able to participate in Seasons, one of the RPG’s most compelling endgame features.
Diablo 3 is getting better on PS4 and Xbox One with the addition of Seasons.
If you’re not familiar with the Mac and PC build of Diablo 3 you might not be aware of the Seasons system, which has players working to complete tasks and challenges on seasonal timers. Successfully completing a season unlocks a six-piece class set as well as other incidental rewards like pets and cosmetic items.
Having something to work towards regularly is a pretty good reason to keep playing Diablo 3 even if you’re not super hardcore about it, but those who are can compete with their fellow champions on an array of leaderboards.
— Diablo (@Diablo) November 5, 2016
Seasons arrive in Diablo 3 PS4 and Xbox One sometime in 2017.
There’s been loads of Diablo 3 news out of BlizzCon 2016, and it’s great to see the console versions getting some love along side the mothership build.
Blizzard’s continual Diablo 3 updates have kept the Mac and PC player base nice and healthy, but console updates have been a little tardier.