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PowerA Nintendo Switch ‘Diablo 3’ controller arrives at GameStop

PowerA Nintendo Switch ‘Diablo 3’ controller arrives at GameStop

PowerA has unveiled a new wireless controller for the Nintendo Switch that features Diablo 3 artwork. The controllers will be available exclusively through game retailer GameStop, which is now accepting preorders for the model. Buyers will officially be able to get the controller on November 2 when Diablo 3: Eternal Collection arrives.

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Nintendo Switch Diablo III bundle revealed as GameStop exclusive

Nintendo Switch Diablo III bundle revealed as GameStop exclusive

Nintendo is gearing up to release a new Nintendo Switch bundle with Diablo III artwork. The new product will be available starting early next month, bringing with it a styled console, as well as the Diablo III: Eternal Collection and a themed carrying case. The new Switch bundle will only be available through GameStop.

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Diablo Reign of Terror: Is this Blizzard’s next big game?

Diablo Reign of Terror: Is this Blizzard’s next big game?

This week the folks at the Blizzard merchandise shop may've leaked more than they intended with a few new products. It's just as likely that this is the name of the company's newest initiative in multi-platform Diablo goods and entertainment. Earlier this year it was reported by Blizzard that they'd be bringing Diablo madness to the world in multiple forms soon - and through the next year - so anything is possible, really.

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Diablo 3 for Nintendo Switch launches with expansion in late 2018

Diablo 3 for Nintendo Switch launches with expansion in late 2018

Following a teaser suggesting as much earlier this year, it has been revealed that Diablo III will be launching on Nintendo Switch later this year. The news prematurely surfaced ahead of Blizzard's official announcement scheduled for tomorrow, dropping all the details before being deleted. The release will include the original game, as well as an expansion and more.

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Blizzard’s Diablo projects in the works: 10 possibilities

Blizzard’s Diablo projects in the works: 10 possibilities

This week the folks at Blizzard teased "multiple Diablo projects in the works" coming to users in the near future. For those still playing Diablo 3, this could be good news, it could be bad. For everyone else who played Diablo II or the first Diablo dungeon-running masterpiece from times untold, this announcement is only golden. Today we're running down a few different possibilities for what these new Diablo projects might be.

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Diablo 3 Switch port reportedly in production despite Blizzard’s claims

Diablo 3 Switch port reportedly in production despite Blizzard’s claims

Last week, Blizzard made a very interesting tease related to Diablo. The company posted a GIF of a Diablo-themed night light being switched on and off to the game's official Twitter account, with the accompanying text only saying "sweet dreams." A lot of people took that to be a not-so-subtle reference to an incoming Switch port of Diablo 3.

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This Diablo 3 on Nintendo Switch teaser is perfect

This Diablo 3 on Nintendo Switch teaser is perfect

It wasn't too long ago that Blizzard developed for PC and PC only. Though it's had a few console releases throughout the years (and, indeed, used to develop primarily for consoles back before the arrival of the first Warcraft game), most of Blizzard's big games have only been available on PC. There's been one notable exception to that rule: Diablo 3, which is available on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One after initially being ported to previous-generation consoles.

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Diablo 3’s Rise of the Necromancer DLC is now available

Diablo 3’s Rise of the Necromancer DLC is now available

After announcing the release date just last week, Blizzard has launched Diablo 3's Rise of the Necromancer DLC. Anticipation for this DLC has been building for months, as it adds the much-loved Necromancer class from Diablo 2. The DLC went live with Diablo 3 version 2.6.0, which was patched into the game just a little while ago.

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Diablo 3’s Rise of the Necromancer release date finally revealed

Diablo 3’s Rise of the Necromancer release date finally revealed

After what feels like an eternity of waiting, Blizzard has finally given a release date to Diablo 3's incoming Rise of the Necromancer DLC. The DLC, as many of you already know (or could have guessed from the title alone) adds the necromancer class to the game, reviving a popular class from Diablo 2. It also ships with a handful of other perks for those who choose to shell out Blizzard's $14.99 asking price.

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Diablo 3 20th Anniversary brings in-game goodies to other Blizzard titles

Diablo 3 20th Anniversary brings in-game goodies to other Blizzard titles

In celebration of Diablo's 20th Anniversary, Blizzard has announced cross-game promotions with each of its other titles. The Lord of Terror will be featured in all Blizzard titles in one way or another, with some games getting more content than others. Blizzard hasn't revealed when, precisely, these promotions will begin, but it seems safe to assume that they'll kick off on or around December 31, which is the anniversary of the original game's release.

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Blizzard is recreating the original Diablo inside Diablo 3

Blizzard is recreating the original Diablo inside Diablo 3

Blizzard's BlizzCon is being held this weekend, and the developer has announced that one of its most classic games, the original Diablo, is making a return within the newer Diablo 3. In honor of the original dungeon crawler's 20th anniversary, Blizzard is releasing a new "Darkening of Tristram" update for Diablo 3, allowing players to experience the classic graphics and gameplay, all on the engine of the latest entry.

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Blizzard is killing its Battle.net branding after 20 years of use

Blizzard is killing its Battle.net branding after 20 years of use

If you've been playing Blizzard games like World of Warcraft, Diablo, Starcraft, Hearthstone, and the recent Overwatch over the years, you know the name Battle.net as being synonymous with the developer's own. First introduced back in 1996 with the debut of the original Diablo, Battle.net was Blizzard's core multiplayer platform used to power every game that followed. But after 20 years of use, Blizzard announced last week that it was putting the name to rest.

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