It is a great moment for Xbox gaming console promotion with news that the Xbox One will now be handy without a warpped Kinect, the Games with Gold and weekly deals programs landing to Xbox One, and video apps no longer want Xbox Live Gold on either the Xbox 360 or One (see the whole list of announcements here).
The Diablo III Ultimate Evil Edition is all set to hit Xbox 360, Xbox One, and Playstation systems this August. The Ultimate Evil Edition wraps both the main Diablo III game and the “Reaper of Souls” extension pack that hitted on PC in March. Read this article to know more details and pricing.
The “Reaper of Souls” expansion also brings the following additions:
- Crusader (pictured above): A sixth character class who wields large weapons (like axes and the new flails) and holy magic.
- The Mystic: A new NPC who can Enchant items and Transmogrify player characters (change their appearance).
- Bounties: Random optional missions. Complete them for sizable rewards.
- Nephalim Rifts: Randomized dungeons that can only be opened with items gained from Bounties.
- Level Cap to 70: Formidable new spells and abilities that take players to new heights of power
- Adventure Mode: Freely explore every unlocked area in the game without having to start a new game. New objectives and features can only be found in Adventure Mode, such as Bounties, Nephalim Rifts, and the Mystic NPC.
Diablo III Ultimate Evil Edition seems like the action genre RPG to beat, particularly on the junior Xbox One. It is also featuring the same multiplayer feature as the first Xbox console the 360 model. That is four-player local co-op, four-player online community, and any mixture of the two. Questing with other players and chasing for rare loot I think should be better than anything before when the Ultimate Evil Edition rolls around.