• Patch 2.3.0 Preview: Kanai's Cube
    The Horadric Cube is one of the Diablo series’ most iconic items. But where did the Cube’s power originate? Today, we reveal its lineage as the upcoming 2.3.0 feature—Kanai’s Cube.
  • Vote For Your Favorite Build!
    The time has come again to let us know which class you want to see on the next Play Your Way Thursday livestream!
  • BlizzCon® 2015 Online and Talent Contest Sign-Ups Closed!
    Submissions for the BlizzCon 2015 Art, Movie, and Talent Contests are now closed. We’ve seen a lot of great entries, and we can’t wait to get the judging started.
  • Patch 2.3.0 PTR Patch Notes
    Below you'll find the preliminary PTR patch notes for patch 2.3.0. Please note that this isn't the final version of the patch notes and that some changes may not be documented or described in full detail.
  • Patch 2.3.0 Preview: Ruins of Sescheron
    Sescheron now lies in ruins, but was once a living symbol of united Barbarian tribes. Learn more about these dangerous ruins here.
  • MicroWaveCat's "Haunting Spirits" Witch Doctor
    If you’re a Witch Doctor that digs your DoTs, then you’re already familiar with the Raiment of the Jade Harvester set. In today’s Play Your Way build, MicroWaveCat#2473 ditches the 4 and 6-piece bonus and really lets the spirits guide his way.
  • Vash’s “Chain Lightning” Demon Hunter
    Multishot is a great ability for obliterating your enemies, and it seems pretty straightforward to don the Unhallowed Essence set to make the best of it. In this edition of Play Your Way, Vash#1796 adds a flash of lightning to this shotgun-style gameplay.
  • Corvid's "Bubble Trouble" Wizard
    Combining Delsere's Magnum Opus and Tal Rasha's is all the rage. We're looking at an equally thematic and effective take on the “DelRasha’s” build today with Corvid#2114’s Bubble Trouble Wizard!
  • Patch 2.3.0 PTR Now Available
    Patch 2.3.0 is currently in development and now available for testing on the PTR!
  • Drothvader's "Wrath of the Thundergod" Crusader
    There is nothing more definitively “Crusader” than rocking the sword-and-board combat style. In this week's Play Your Way, Drothvader#1215 shares his electrified take on the Roland's set with his "Wrath of the Thundergod" build.
  • The Burning Hells: Now in Popsicle Form
    How do the Burning Hells taste? Horadric scholars can't say, exactly, but they agree that these popsicles probably taste way better.
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