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Diablo is an action role-playing video game series (sometimes called hack and slash)
developed by Blizzard Entertainment. It is made up of three core games: Diablo, Diablo II, and Diablo III.
Expansion games include the third-party published Diablo: Hellfire, which follows the first game, and Lord of Destruction, published by Blizzard and released after the second game. Reaper of Souls is the expansion for Diablo III.

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Diablo III Spotlight


Diablo III: Eternal Collection is a console-exclusive version of Diablo III. It combines the Ultimate Evil Edition and Rise of the Necromancer pack into a single bundle. The collection was initially released for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and the Nintendo Switch version is set to launch on November 2, 2018.

The Switch version will contain the following bonuses:

Diablo III Nintendo Switch Trailer

Diablo III Nintendo Switch Trailer

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Sandmaggot

Sand Maggot

Sand Maggots, named for their burrowing abilities, are actually arthropods and not worms at all. These insects were once a staple diet for those that resided in the desert regions. The eggs were gathered and prepared as a protein-rich paste. Serving to supplement the dry foods naturally available in the region, the paste enhanced the nutritive value and flavor of meals. Now, however, the eggs, larvae, and flesh of the adults have acquired poisonous properties...

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Did You Know...

  • ...that the Hellfire expansion for Diablo I, alongside the Monk, contained two additional unfinished classes, the Bard and the Barbarian?
  • ...that you can remove all Gems, Jewels, and Runes from a socketed item by using one of the Horadric Cube recipes?

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