Diablo III Ultimate Evil Edition PS4, Xbox One falls to under $30

Diablo III Ultimate Evil Edition

Retailer Amazon.com Inc. this week price cut Activision Blizzard Inc.’s Diablo III Ultimate Evil Edition for Sony Corp.’s Playstation 4 and Microsoft Corp.’s Xbox One to under $30 in a new sales initiative.

This week, the Diablo III Ultimate Evil Edition PS4 SKU held a discount price of $29.96, down from the $59.99 MSRP.

The title includes the Reaper of Souls expansion pack, Apprentice Mode to boost low-level players, local, online four-player co-op, new inventory system, updated boss battles and more.

The Diablo III PC SKU has sold 12 million units in worldwide territories to date.

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Gaming Deals: Bloodborne + $20 PSN Card for $65, Xbox Live for $36, and More

Get Far Cry 4 for $30, GTA V on Xbox One or PS4 for $40, Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition for $30, and much more.

by on March 25, 2015

Following a recent deal on PlayStation Plus, you can now get 12 months of Xbox Live Gold on eBay for just $36, which is about as cheap as the $60/year membership ever goes for these days.

Bloodborne might be brand new, but you can buy it and a $20 PSN card for $65 at Target, effectively giving you $15 in free PSN cash. Alternatively, you can pick up a PS4 bundle that includes the system, Bloodborne, and The Last of Us Remastered for $435 on Amazon.

Below you’ll find the rest of today’s best deals divided by platform:

PlayStation 4

GameStop’s excellent PS4 trade-in offer, which gives $175 for certain Xbox 360 or PS3 models, is available until April 5. The store’s spring sale event is also ongoing.

A standalone PlayStation 4 system is currently $350 on eBay.

The fourth week of Sony’s Spring Fever event is now on, and focuses on God of War, with God of War and God of War II‘s HD remasters costing $6 each for PlayStation Plus members. You can find the full lineup of the PSN games included in Spring Fever here.

Other PS4 game deals:

We’re building a legacy now says Diablo III’s game director

Blizzard’s Josh Mosqueira has been talking about the future of the Diablo III now that they have managed to get the Reaper Of Souls expansion and all of the console versions out of the door.

He explained in a new interview that they have the full team that wrapped the Reaper Of Souls expansion still working hard on the game, maintaining it and looking for things to add and improve with the aim of building a legacy.

“We have pretty much the team that wrapped up Reaper Of Souls,” Mosqueira stated when asked how many are still working on the game. “We’re at the point where I think we’ve gotten most of what we wanted into Reaper Of Souls and now we’re really just entering this… we’re trying to build a legacy now. I think we’re seeing as a team that this is our chance, this is our love letter to Diablo.”

“We play the game non-stop,” he added, “we’re super passionate about it, and now we get to start adding all the things that we really get geeked out about, that our players also get excited about. We have such a strong, solid foundation. I think Adventure Mode, looking back, we didn’t realize it but it’s such a powerful engine for us to be able to add new content, vary the experience and it really unshackled our ability to really let the players sort of explore and have fun.”

Thanks GamesIndustry.biz.

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‘Diablo III’ season 3 starts April 10

From US Battlenet website

Game giant Blizzard has formally announced that April 5 marks the end of season 2 of their massive role playing game “Diablo 3,” and the Friday after that, April 10, will mark the start of the third season.

The date for the old season’s conclusion is the same worldwide, albeit at different 9 p.m. time zones. However, season 3 will start on April 10 at 10 p.m. Pacific for North America, and 6 p.m. CEST and KST for Europe and Asia, respectively.

As with the end of the very first season, there will be a season rollover period. Seasonal heroes will roll over into the main account, along with the equipped gear and stashed gold. In addition, all non-duplicated items in the inventory, shared stash, Achievements; Artisan recipes, blood shards, and paragon levels will also carry over to the player’s main account. However, conquests will be lost since it cannot be converted to non-seasonal heroes.

Hardcore gamers who achieved reward requirements will enjoy a variety of goodies and items once season 2 ends and the next season starts. All players who have reached level 70 during the season will be able to get the exclusive Boots and Pants transmog items. These can be immediately accessed once a season hero has reached level 70 by visiting the Mystic Miriam and accessing the Transmogrification tab.

There are also numerous banner rewards for players who earn Achievements. Rewards are based on the number of Achievements the player has, and will have corresponding banner items, from Banner Shape to the highest point-reward, a Banner Sigil.

In other “Diablo 3″ news, there is a rumor that since the second season is nearing its end, the roll over period would also be the time for the next patch to be released. Patch 2.2 is still on its testing phase, but recent changes such as rebalanced class skills and additional new legendaries suggest the test is nearing completion and the update is ready to roll out.

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Diablo III Reaper of Souls Anniversary: Bonus EXP, Gold

It has been one whole year since Diablo III Reaper of Souls expansion was unleashed. This is such a big achievement for the developers that they will kick off the day with letting you earn 100 percent extra gold and EXP!

The announcement post on Battle.net starts with a comical “no one can stop Death… from having his cake and eating it, too” and goes on to reveal what exactly is meant by the cake here.

Blizzard Entertainment is going to give you the chance to celebrate on year of the Diablo III Reaper of Souls expansion but earning bonus EXP and bonus Gold! Here’s an excerpt from the announcement post:

To celebrate one year of Reaper of Souls (and the community who continues to support us), all heroes who log in to Diablo III this week on any platform will receive a +100% bonus to Gold Find and EXP! As with previous buffs, the bonuses provided will stack multiplicatively with existing in-game bonuses, including those provided by items, Shrines, Pools of Reflection, and Paragon points.

As far as the specific dates are concerned, you should know that the “bonus Gold Find and Experience period,” as the call it, started at on Monday, March 23 at 12:00 a.m. PDT. You guys have time until Monday, March 30 at 11:59 p.m. PDT.

However, the offer is apparently limited to the Americas only and just the players who have the Ultimate Evil Edition are going to be able to enjoy the perks.

So tell us, are you going to crank up Diablo III Reaper of Souls to fill up your EXP and Gold this week?

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Diablo III players rewarded with EXP and Gold bonus this week

Diablo III players will get this buff immediately upon logging in

Though Diablo III launched almost three years ago for the PC, Blizzard Entertainment has still kept things fresh by releasing some exciting new updates every now and then, like the recently released patch 2.2.0 and the upcoming Season 3 update. So Diablo III players have plenty of content to look forward to in this year, including the recently added Gold find and EXP bonus to commemorate the one year anniversary of games Reaper of Soul’s expansion.

Starting this week (from March 23rd to March 30th) players who log onto Diablo III from March 23rd -30th on any platform will now receive a +100% bonus to Gold Find and EXP. This is to celebrate the one year anniversary of Diablo’s Reaper of Souls expansion. This buff will also with existing in-game gold and EXP buffs from your items, Shrines, Paragon points, Pools of Reflection, etc.

This buff will be available for both PC and console players though console players will need to have purchased the Ultimate Evil Edition of the game in order to take advantage of this buff. The event will commence in the Americas region at 12:00 AM, PDT on March 23rd and ends at 11:59 PM, PDT on March 30th.

Diablo III is available now for the PayStation 3, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC platforms.

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Diablo III Players Can Get Bonus EXP and Gold This Week


The Diablo III team is celebrating one year of “Reaper of Souls,” and wants you to join in on the celebrations, too.

Anyone who logs into Diablo III anytime between March 23 and March 30 will receive a 100 percent bonus to Gold Find and EXP. The special bonuses apply to any platform, so both PC players and console players are able to benefit from the bonuses. It should be noted, however, that only console players with the Ultimate Evil Edition will be able take advantage of this opportunity.

Will you be logging into Diablo III this week? If so, let us know in the comments.

[Source: Battle.net]

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Season 2 of Diablo III is ending soon

As Blizzard said in a post on their website, the second season of Diablo III is set to end shortly, with season 3 beginning April 10th. The leaderboards will be wiped clear, and any seasonal heroes that you had will become non Seasonal Normal or Hardcore heroes. Anything that you have earned while playing a Seasonal character will transfer over to the Non Seasonal hero.

Season 2 will be ending on April 5th at 9p.m. PDT. During this time, you’ll be able to review your progress on the leaderboards and sort through your rollover rewards. This also comes in time for the new patch.

For all of the information, watch the video below.

How did you rank in Season 2 and will you be playing Season 3?

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