Blizzard Debating Post-Launch Support for ‘Diablo III’ on PS4, Xbox One

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This is odd. With the launch of the Diablo III Ultimate Evil Edition about six weeks away, Blizzard has admitted they’re still unsure about whether or not they’ll support the game with patches and new content following its release. This means if you decide to drop $60 on the latest version of the game — which carries the potentially ironic Ultimate monicker — then you may not get any or all of the content that comes to PC.

They’ve confirmed the game will likely see a patch that brings it up-to-date with the most current version on PC, but they’re already working on bringing new content to PC, including leaderboards and other content. It sounds as if console players may not see any of this.

It’s worth noting that, as is, the Ultimate Evil Edition is still very much worth getting if you haven’t played Diablo III. There’s more than enough content there to justify the price tag, but I’m sure that won’t keep some gamers to second guess their pre-orders. Hopefully, Blizzard will confirm either way before the game releases next month.

Diablo III Ultimate Evil Edition launches on PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One on August 19.

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  • marklola12 .

    don’t care not my type of game anyway

    • Sick_skwerl

      Out of curiosity, 2 questions: if you don’t care about Diablo a) why read the article in the first place, and b) why take the time to tell everyone how much you don’t care about the game in the article YOU CHOSE TO READ?

      • Adam Dodd

        I think they came for the Diablo sad eyes.

  • Sick_skwerl

    That seems like a little under handed, having a not-so-ultimate ultimate edition

  • ThunderDragoon

    Those sad eyes lol.

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