Diablo 4: Season 3 Livestream Announced for January 18

Blizzard Entertainment is all set to give us some juicy updates on Diablo 4. We’re at the edge of our seats as the current Season of Blood is wrapping up. On January 18th, at 9 AM PST, Blizzard is hosting a Developer Update Livestream, which will be epic!

Daniel Tanguay (the wizard behind the game design), Madeleine James (quest master), and Adam Jackson (the master of class design) will be the stars of the show. They will chat about the new Season Journey, sprinkle in some quality-of-life updates, and reveal The Gauntlet – a new leaderboard system that will crank up the competition.

Our next Developer Update Livestream begins on January 18 at 9 a.m. PST and will unearth details about the next season’s gameplay features, Season Journey, and quality-of-life updates. Plus, we’ll also share information about the new competitive leaderboard system—The Gauntlet.

As for the details, they are as mysterious as a dungeon. We know that Weekly Challenge Dungeons are coming, adding more zing to our gaming nights. And that teaser on Twitter? Talk about a cliffhanger! It’s all about “unimaginable arcane power” and ends with a chilling note: “Evil looms.” Spooky, right? You can find the tease below:

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