Diablo III’s sixth season kicks off next week, but seasons aren’t coming to console

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Diablo III’s sixth season is bearing down on us — are you prepared? The fun kicks off on Friday, April 29th, at 8 p.m. EDT. As promised at last year’s BlizzCon, seasons are expected to run three months, including this one, so you’ve got about 90 days to rush through the tiers and get your loot. Blizzard reminds players that getting your set gear will be a matter of completing individual chapter objectives — specifically, reaching Level 70, besting Izual at level 70 on Torment II or higher, and completing a level 20 Greater Rift solo.

The studio also addresses the potential for seasonal content on console:

“Some features on console are best designed for that platform, and the same is true for the PC version of the game. A large part of the fun of Seasons is the entire community rerolling heroes together at the same time. Because the offline and disconnected nature of console does not support this style of play, we do not currently have plans to implement Seasons on console.”

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