Pre-order and receive an exclusive Infernal Pauldrons in-game item. The Infernal Paudlrons are wearable at level 1, and provide bonuses to Vitality, Life per Second, and Cooldown Reduction, and are primed and ready for transmogrification. The key for the Infernal Pauldrons can be found in your pre-ordered copy of Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition. Requires an Internet connection to be redeemed and cannot be transferred across platforms.
To celebrate Memorial Day, Design By Humans is offering 20% off all products in its website through May 22-29th. Design by Humans has a large collection of Diablo III T-Shirts. Follow the link above for the landing page.
Simply type the folloing Coupon Code: DBHLIBERTY
This special offer applies to ALL products: T-shirts, Phone Cases, and Art Prints! (Not valid on previous orders)
In addition, Free Shipping on t-shirt orders over $75 Domestic, and $10 Flat Rate over $125 International t-shirt orders.
Naka (@Dperschonok) attended the Diablo III: Reaper of Souls Los Angeles Launch Party in representation of Blizzplanet, and took photos of the event. He had a blast, and posed for the camera alongside Hearthstone community manager and cosplayer @CM_Zeriyah (Christina Sims) and @Predzor (Cynthia Hall).
To celebrate the second anniversary of Diablo III, Design by Humans has a promo code to get a 15% OFF discount on Diablo III T-shirts. Simply type at check out the following promo code: EPICLOOT
In addition, Degin by Humans launched a giveaway. The top price is a Diablo III: Reaper of Souls Collector’s Edition, second prize a Diablo III Tyrael mini-statue. All three top prizes include your choice of any of the Design by Humans T-shirts.
JINX has a pretty good deal on Diablo III T-shirts in celebration of Diablo III’s 2nd-Anniversary and JINX’s 15th-Anniversary. This promo ends on May 16th. Get a 20% Off plus Free Shipping in US by using the promo code at checkout: J!NXLUVSDIABLO
Happy Birthday, Diablo III!
The month of May not only means J!NX’s 15th birthday, but also Diablo III’s 2nd birthday! In conjunction with Blizzard Entertainment, J!NX is offering 20% off all Diablo tees from 5/14 to 5/16 when you use promo code J!NXLUVSDIABLO during checkout. We’re also throwing in free US economy shipping on all orders containing a Diablo tee! To many more years of terror!
I got an alert from Amazon announcing the Xbox One Console – Standard Edition without Kinect is now available for pre-order. Those who wish to upgrade to the new console to play Diablo III Ultimate Evil Edition may expect XBox One to ship on June 9, 2014. Grab your XBox One while supplies last.
Don’t forget to pre-order the Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition – Xbox One which ships on August 19, 2014.
**I recommend to pre-order each item separately so that each ship on their release date.
The NECA Diablo III – El’Druin – The Sword of Justice Prop Replica is now officially on sale. It wasn’t on Amazon yesterday when I checked, but it’s now online. A NECA representative confirmed to me the sword will ship after May 15th. (tomorrow)
NECA is shipping one to me directly for a review. I’ll provide photos and video to show you the sword in detail and its dimensions.
This prop replica is perfect for Cosplay at gaming events, BlizzCon, and to have it displayed on a rig on your wall. I had this sword on my hand when I visited the NECA booth at the Toy Fair New York 2014. (follow the link to watch the video and photos)
Go order Diablo III – El’Druin – The Sword of Justice Prop Replica while supplies last, and wield El’Druin proudly to accompany you on your quest for Justice.
- Pulsing blue LED light
- Built directly from digital files
- Realistic replica
Shipping Weight: 3 pounds
Blizzard Entertainmnent issued a press release to announce the launch of Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition for consoles will take place on August 19, 2014. This console version offers a Apprentice-Mode and a in-game mail system to send treasure to friends (using the friends list), and rare loot; and an exclusive Infernal Pauldrons bonus in-game item useable at level 1 which can be transmogrifiable to provide Health, Life regeneration, and Cooldown Reduction.
Includes Diablo® III and critically acclaimed Reaper of Souls™ expansion. Preorder for PS3™, PS4™, Xbox One, or Xbox 360 now and receive exclusive bonus in-game item.
IRVINE, Calif. –(BUSINESS WIRE)– On August 19 , console gamers around the world will be able to join the crusade against death itself when Diablo® III: Reaper of Souls™ – Ultimate Evil Edition™ launches on the PlayStation® 3 and PlayStation® 4 computer entertainment systems, Xbox One, and Xbox 360. The console-exclusive Ultimate Evil Edition includes all of the content from the original Diablo III, as well as new features and updates from the critically acclaimed Reaper of Souls expansion. With six customizable character classes, five engrossing acts, and countless hours of gameplay, this all-inclusive package is a treasure trove of fast-paced demon-slaying action and cooperative adventure.
The console version of Reaper of Souls has been designed to take advantage of the unique features of the console platforms. All four console versions of the Ultimate Evil Edition feature 4-player same-screen and online multiplayer — whether you’re banding together on the same couch or joining the fray via PlayStation®Network or the Xbox Live online entertainment network, Reaper of Souls makes it easy to experience Diablo in the best way possible: with your friends.
The Ultimate Evil Edition introduces even more ways for players to share their adventures. A new Apprentice mode boosts low-level players’ power while adventuring with high-level friends, making it easier than ever to play together. Players will also be able to share treasures with other players on their friends lists via an in-game mail system, including mysterious Player Gifts containing rare loot for the adventurer whose name they bear.
“The Ultimate Evil Edition brings Reaper of Souls to console gamers for the first time, and wraps all of the content, features, and updates we’ve released for Diablo III into one epic package,” said Mike Morhaime , CEO and cofounder of Blizzard Entertainment . “Whether you’re a veteran of the crusade against the forces of evil on PC or are just stepping foot into Sanctuary for the first time, there’s never been a better time to experience Diablo III from the comfort of your couch.”
In Reaper of Souls, the five valiant heroes from Diablo III—Barbarian, Demon Hunter, Monk, Witch Doctor, and Wizard—are joined by a new champion: the Crusader. Clad head to toe in fortified armor, the Crusader is an unstoppable force of righteous destruction who channels the power of divine wrath to visit retribution upon his demonic quarry.
Reaper of Souls adds a challenging new act to Diablo III in which players will embark on a dark and perilous journey through terrifying landscapes; explore the legendary city of Westmarch; and slay countless minions, each hell-bent on bringing the players’ heroic quest to a grisly end. The adventure culminates in a climactic confrontation with Malthael, the Angel of Death, whose twisted designs spell ruin for the innocent people of Sanctuary.
In addition to the Crusader hero and Act V, the Ultimate Evil Edition includes a revamp of the game’s loot system, an expanded Paragon progression system for max-level characters, and several other improvements to the Diablo III game experience, including:
- Adventure Mode: A new game mode that gives players the freedom to go anywhere and slay anything
- Bounties: Randomized objectives that reward players in new ways for exploring Sanctuary
- Nephalem Rifts: Fully randomized dungeons offering endless replayability and heaps of loot
- Level Cap to 70: Formidable new spells and abilities that take players to new heights of power
- The Mystic: A powerful new artisan who provides heroes with loot-customization options
All of this new content comes with the Reaper of Souls – Ultimate Evil Edition, which players can purchase beginning August 19 at a suggested retail price of $59.99 for the PS4™ computer entertainment system or Xbox One, or $39.99 for the PS3™ or Xbox 360—check with your local retailer for availability.
Those who preorder their copy of Diablo III: Reaper of Souls – Ultimate Evil Edition will also receive the exclusive Infernal Pauldrons bonus in-game item. Wearable at level 1, these devilishly sharp transmogrifiable shoulderplates provide Health, Life regeneration, and Cooldown Reduction. The key for the Infernal Pauldrons will be available in launch day copies of the Ultimate Evil Edition (cannot be transferred across platforms).
In addition, players who fought the forces of evil in the original PS3™ or Xbox 360 versions of Diablo III will be able to continue their crusade against death. PS3™ characters from the original game can be transferred to either the PS3™ or PS4™ version of the Ultimate Evil Edition, and Xbox 360 characters can be transferred to the Xbox 360 or Xbox One version.
For more information on Reaper of Souls – Ultimate Evil Edition, visit the official Diablo III website. With multiple games in development, Blizzard Entertainment has numerous positions currently available—visit http://jobs.blizzard.com for more information and to learn how to apply.
On March 24th, Diablo III lead producer Alex Mayberry signed copies of the game and met hundreds of fans in London during the Diablo III: Reaper of Souls Launch Party.
Blizzplanet writer Benjamin Vogt was there to interview Alex Mayberry to ask a few questions about the new Diablo III expansion.
Mayberry: Thank you.
Benjamin: Sir, thank you again. So what are you plans into the future of end-game content after the launch?
Mayberry: We are launching Reaper tonight, so we are not really giving out what features we are doing. However, we are currently — at the end of every game, there is always some features that didn’t quite make it in. So some of those things that didn’t quite make the launch, we are already planning a content patch.
We have hinted at a few things. I would say follow Josh Mosqueira on Facebook, and on Twitter; and you will probably get a hint.
So we are planning the next content update for post launch. Beyond that, though, we really want to kind of watch what the community, watch how the game does, listen to players, find out how well-received Reaper is, hear what they like and what they want more of. Then based on that feedback, we are going to carve out our long term plan for Diablo III.
Benjamin: Has the team discussed daily challenge-mode objectives? This could add another huge amount of replayability in the game, and would make it even more compelling to users.
Mayberry: What feature was that?
Benjamin: Challenge-mode objectives.
Mayberry: Oh! Well. So with Reaper, we are introducing adventure-mode and that is kind of laying the foundation for more features that will be more not tied to the story, more re-playable. So that is something we are actually talking about. I can’t really give you real answers; but absolutely, it is something we are interested in.
Benjamin: A few days ago, a teasing image hit Twitter. What can you tell us about all those ladders the developers were researching?
Mayberry: Well, that is why I say to follow Josh Mosqueira, he is hinting at some things, and I think he is trying to figure out how to get really high up and unscrew a light bulb, or something. I am not sure; but honestly that is Josh foreshadowing things that might come.
Benjamin: How do you feel about the closing of the Auction House and how it might affect the game?
Mayberry: We are happy about it actually. you know the auction house– it was an experiment. It was a technical success. We made a very complex system. You know, the auction house did what it is supposed to do; but what it wasn’t supposed to do was to harm gameplay; and as we set up to make Reaper of Souls, lots of the community saw how the auction house was being used.
We just found it was interfering with the gameplay, and we found it was actually impeding with the actual gameplay; and what we really want– if they get the best weapon of the game, we want it to be because they had a great fight and slayed the monster. Not because they outbid someone, right?, and with as much work as we put into the auction house, at the end of the day … you know what? This is not helping gameplay. This is hurting design. Let’s shut it down.
Benjamin: Reaper of Souls beta testing closed about a month ago. Were there any new content or system changes included for release that players don’t know about yet?
Mayberry: I think probably the biggest thing that hasn’t been seen yet is the boss fight with Malthael.
Benjamin: Alex, thank you very much for this time with us.
Mayberry: Absolutely, thank you. Hi I am Alex Mayberry, lead game producer on Diablo III, Blizzard Entertainment. Watch Blizzplanet.com
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