When Blizzard Entertainment rolled out the latest version of “Diablo 3” to its public test realm (PTR), a new character was seen. The introduction of the Necromancer class was the result of the thorough brainstorming on a sample of players’ most requested class of characters. The Necromancer class will be made available in the content pack or upcoming patch that will be launched in 2017.
Blizzard has not jumped on the nostalgia wagon just yet like “Red Dead Redemption 2,” which is emotionally attached to the plot. The player will be surprised in this adventure-packed game and a throwback into the Old Tristram remastered version of plot events of the original “Diablo.”
The upcoming patch update for “Diablo 3” will be “Darkening of Tristram” which will be a remake. Blizzard Chief Development Officer Frank Pearce described it as “send you back into the depths of the Cathedral” sequence of plot events, based on the interview of Techno Buffalo.
Blizzard also made an effort to give a twist in graphics by making it look pixelated and grainy to give that retro feel. The game will cover 16 levels along with four boss fights taken from the original.
The feature on the Armory will entitle players to reserve up to five custom loadouts. Once they identify a loadout, they can choose it as an Armory in the town, shifting between play styles as appropriate.
The pack will contain two additional character slots, a banner, a pennant, a new in-game pet, a portrait frame and a banner sigil, as well as two additional stash tabs for the PC all for a price tag of $29.99.
In just a few weeks, fans can look forward to the arrival of the anniversary pack, which is rumored to contain the grandest feature of the game.
Watch out for more updates on the “Diablo” series.