Diablo 3 Season 10 First Look

Diablo 3 Season 10 First Look

Diablo 3 Season 10 is just around the corner, 31 March, and Blizzard has revealed what’s coming up in this next Season. This will also be the first season for console players, although it’s still called Season 1o to keep everything in check and prevent any confusion. Check out the rewards and conquests…

Seasons Arrive on Console

If you’ve been waiting to experience a fresh start for your console characters, you’re in luck! For the first time, those who own the PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game will be able to discover the fun of Seasons, including unique rewards and the Season Journey. We’ll have more details on the specific ins and outs of how Seasons work on console soon, so be sure to stay tuned!

New Cosmetic Rewards

As with past Seasons, Season 10 continues to introduce new cosmetic rewards, obtainable by progress through the Season Journey.

In addition to the Head and Shoulders slots of the exclusive Conqueror Set, a brand new series of portraits themed around the Black Soulstone will be available. Pennant collectors will also be pleased to see a new arrival—Loremaster, inspired by the Book of Cain!


Season Journey Rewards

If you’ve been playing the past few Seasons diligently and reached Conqueror in the Season Journey each time, you’ve accrued a few extra stash tabs. Players who have not yet earned a total of four stash tabs via the Season Journey can still unlock an additional stash tab by completing the following tasks at the Conqueror tier:

  • Complete a Torment XIII Rift in under 5 minutes
  • Complete Greater Rift 60 solo
  • Kill Greed on Torment XIII
  • Kill Maghda on Torment XIII in under 15 seconds
  • Reforge a Legendary or Set item
  • Augment an Ancient item with a Level 50 or greater Legendary Gem
  • Level three Legendary Gems to 55
  • Complete two Conquests

Seasonal Conquests

Speaking of Conquests, we’re rotating those too! Love going as fast as you can? Sprinter and Speed Racer will be making a return. Want to go fast while killing things? Boss Mode and Worlds Apart are right up your alley. On A Good Day and I Can’t Stop are making a return, if leveling your Legendary Gems is more your thing. Finally, if you’re keen to prove your mastery of various Class Sets, Years of War and Dynasty will be returning along with Masters of the Universe and Masters of Sets.


Haedrig’s Gift

Finally, just as before, you’ll get a shiny new Class Set courtesy of Haedrig’s Gift for completing certain chapters in the Season Journey. We’ve listed the available Sets below. For those new to Seasons, here’s how it works:

Completing Chapters 2, 3, and 4 of the Season Journey will reward you with three Haedrig’s Gifts. Each Gift contains a few pieces from one of your Class Sets. Players can only unlock one Class Set in this manner per Season across Hardcore and Non-Hardcore, so choose wisely!

In addition, the set you receive will depend on the Class of the character you’re playing when you open each Haedrig’s Gift. To collect a full Class Set, you’ll need to open all three on the same character.

Here are the sets granted by Haedrig’s Gift in Season 10:

  • Barbarian – The Legacy of Raekor
  • Crusader – Armor of Akkhan
  • Demon Hunter – Embodiment of the Marauder
  • Monk – Inna’s Mantra
  • Witch Doctor – Zunimassa’s Haunt
  • Wizard – Delsere’s Magnum Opus


Source: Blizzard.

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    6 thoughts on “Diablo 3 Season 10 First Look

    1. Nothing news, same old story, still beating the dead horse, after a week or two its done,this season I think I will skip

      • Of course its the same junk over again, and the problem is that D3 has core game issues and gearing happens way too fast, but anyways…

        I usually still play Seasons, even when I got all stash tabs already 2 or 3 seasons ago. I still have fun playing with more or less the same small group of people and we rush and pull an all-nighter lol on the day season goes live. By the time I go offline though, I am already fully geared lol.

        I love the race on friday night when the New-Season animation plays and everyone races to create characters lol and we race to max level and to get hedrigs gift etc lol.

    2. The thought of playing Diablo 3 is always amazing, but when I actually play it, it just doesn’t satisfy me as much as I had liked. I enjoy the combat pace of lower level stuff, where it’s not group, kill everything slowly, don’t get instagibbed by one mistake. I enjoy the almost more tactical play of lower level stuff, but maybe that’s just me. Still, it’s free to play, you can’t moan. Looking forward to D4 and perhaps Necromancer, if cheap enough.

      • Don’t know what you mean by it’s free to play. Because it most certainly isn’t free to play. Did you get D3 with your WoW subscription way back and buy RoS with your RMAH balance? Anyway I agree with the rest of what you said to the letter. The game sort of drops dead once you hit level 70. The end game Blizzard so forcefully shoves down our throats is just plain terrible. 1-69 isn’t exactly the premiere ARPG, but it’s certainly a contender. It’s when you ding 70 and unlock Torment and Rifts and Greater Rifts that everything turns to shit.

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