Diablo 3 Season 19 got a November 22 start date and will bring more bonuses, features, and rewards for players. The release will be available for PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC. Such an announcement came as very useful for players, considering that Diablo 4 is still in the process of development. From the new season, Blizzard has unveiled what should we expect to see and how our experience is enhancing. According to developers, players, we’ll get the chance to put their hands on some new sleek seasonal rewards and a Legendary tool.
Moreover, Diablo 3 Season 19 will be running for some months, and it won’t finish until the beginning of 2020, on all platforms.
Blizzard explained, “Season 19 is the Season of Eternal Conflict and with it come to an awesome array of killstreak rewards.” Also, players are advised to engage in many missions to receive boosting significant effects. The Pandemonium buff will bring a small boost to movement speed and bonus damage. Developers added, “…reaching certain killstreak goals will trigger a special effect and cause even more mayhem on the battlefield.” Season Journey, on the other hand, will unlock a Class Set, but only for those who finish the right chapters, such as Chapter 2, 3, and 4. By completing that, players will get three of Haedrig’s Gifts sets, that include:
- Barbarian (Wrath of the Wastes);
- Necromancer (Bones of Rathma);
- Demon Hunter (Unhallowed Essence);
- Wizard (Tal Rasha’s Elements);
- Crusader (Roland’s Legacy);
- Witch Doctor (Helltooth Harness);
- Monk (Raiment of a Thousand Storms).
Each set that you’ll get, however, depends on the class of the character you chose to play with when you open each Haedrig’s Gift. Blizzard announced that for PC players, Diablo 3 Season 19 will be released at a different time, according to the timezone.
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