After the release of the Reaper of Souls expansion, Diablo 3 was reinvented. When the game first released, many fans were disappointed with some of developer Blizzard’s design choices. Things like the auction house and vibrant colorful environments dampened the original excitement fans had before release.
Diablo Fans Edited Screenshots to Show How the Game Should Look
In 2014 Blizzard made a big push to improve Diablo 3 with patches and the Reaper of Souls expansion. These additions to the game introduced the “Loot 2.0” system, closed the auction house, added “Adventure Mode” and delivered the kind of dark and dreary environments players had enjoyed in the previous games. Reaper of Souls also increased the level cap to 70, added a new character class, the crusader, and added new skills to every other class. Blizzard’s efforts payed off, and almost everyone welcomed the additions with open arms.
The Crusader Mixes Spellcasting and Melee to Slaughter Foes
Not every person playing Diablo 3 had access to this new content and console owners of Diablo 3 have been missing out on the Reaper of Souls expansion until now. Diablo 3: Ultimate Evil Edition will bring the full game, including Reaper of Souls along with all patches and updates to the PS4, Xbox One, PS3, and Xbox 360 this August. Characters made on the Xbox 360 version of the game will also be transferable to the Xbox One version.