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Diablo 4 Buzz Calmed By Original Diable Remake

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Fans of Diablo have been excited to hear a rumor going around that Diablo 4 is being produced. However now there is more excitement as it has been said that Dibalo is going to be remade into Diablo 3.

Diablo 3 was the most talked about item at the BlizzCon 2016 keynote, which lasted for over one hour. Blizzard wants to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the game and they revealed that there is going to be both paid and free DLC for Diablo 3.

The first of the big reveals came by way of that the original Diablo was going to be made available free of charge as DLC and then Blizzard gave the news that they are going to launch Diablo 3 Necromancer as premium DLC.

This was a big announcement of course, remaking Diablo original within Diablo 3, with Blizzard calling it The Darkening of Tristram. This is said to be a month long anniversary that unlocks Diablo in the existing world of the third game. Gamers are going to be able to travel by way of a porthole and this will allow them to experience the memories of Adria.

The Darkening of Tristram is going to be made available in January and it is going to be seen as Blizzard celebrates Diablos anniversary at some point in the future. The second huge reveal and which some people have said was the most exciting, was the fact that Blizzard is releasing Necromancer in DLC form along with other things such as a banner and pet. This will be made available in 2017 but at the moment there isn’t any pricing.

We also got to hear about more plans for Diablo 3 and this includes an Armory option so that gamers can get multiple gear set-ups. There is also going to be a crafting tab that should help to streamline the whole process. More maps are also going to be launched in 2017.

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