Diablo III brings a host of follower improvements with March 30 update, kicks off Season 23 on April 2

    
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Having someone follow you around the Hell-blasted landscapes of Diablo III is getting a lot different (and hopefully a lot better) with the arrival of the next update, which will bring a host of previously detailed follower revamps to the live game on Tuesday, March 30th, followed shortly after by Season 23 on Friday, April 2nd.

For those who haven’t been keeping track, followers in D3 will soon be able to equip 14 different items and will have an innate Emanate ability that grants players the effects of certain legendary powers and set bonuses that are equipped on the hired follower. As for the new season, players can look forward to the return of Season 11 cosmetics, a new Lacuni Cub pet and Chopping Block portrait, and another collection of class sets awaiting in Haedrig’s Gift.

More information about this season, as well as patch notes that outline changes to items and follower skills, are available for reading now.

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Sounds fun. I never did get that far into end-game in D3 after finishing the main story, so as my anticipation grows for D4 maybe now is the time to dive back in while I wait.

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SwordBreaker35

It is nice to see they keep working on the game even with D4 looming over the horizon and that D2 Remaster as well I mean they must have allot of hands working on D2 and D4.

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Vanquesse V

I feel like they’ve put more, not less resources into d3 the last year or so.

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SwordBreaker35

Well that must be a kind of good for does that love and enjoy D3. I mean I seen some devs forget about their older games when ever they started working on a new one or released a new one.

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Vanquesse V

For a good while the “dev team” of d3 was a single person. I don’t know if they added more people, or the single dev got better tools. Either way while I think d3 is a failure, I’m happy that they’re shaking things up for the people still able to enjoy the game.

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SwordBreaker35

yeah I know I played D3 beta but was not a fan I got more in to Titan quest and Grim dawn. But still nice to see the game gets love for does that enjoy it.