Despite a rocky launch and a bit of controversy surrounding its always-online requirement and auction house — the latter of which will be gone come March — Diablo III has sold over 14 million copies since across all platforms since its launch last May. That translates to a lot of people that have scoured its dungeons in search of epic loot, and it’s a number that will only grow when the game arrives on the PlayStation 4 next year. Its first expansion, Reaper of Souls, will follow next year, nearly two years after its initial release.
I’ve spent an unhealthy amount of time with the game on both the PC and Xbox 360, but if you haven’t dove in yet I highly recommend you get it on consoles, where it doesn’t bring with it that pesky auction house and Internet requirement.
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