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Diablo III – Eternal Collection

Blizzard finally returned to Nintendo platforms last year with Diablo III: Eternal Collection. Not only that, but the game even has a unique collaboration with Zelda-inspired content.

Speaking with GamesBeat, Blizzard head J. Allen Brack was asked about what it was like working with Nintendo, and how Diablo III turned out on Switch. Brack shared the following:

Diablo III: Eternal Collection players can look forward to a big update for the game. Blizzard is introducing Season 16, featuring a brand-new buff, new rewards, improvements, and more.

The update will release at 5 PM PT / 8 PM ET / 1 AM in the UK (January 19) / 2 AM in Europe (January 19). We have the full patch notes below.

In the past, Diablo III has hosted a Darkening of Tristram event to celebrate the anniversary of the original Doom. It’s back up and running once again – now for the first time on Switch.

Throughout January, players can receive certain rewards and experience the original Diablo levels. We have full details on the event below.

Digital Foundry published a new tech analysis for Diablo III – Eternal Collection on Switch today. We learn more about the game’s resolution, frame rate, and more.

Diablo III’s final docked resolution mostly sits at 900p. This can decrease though, with Digital Foundry recording 1344×756 – usually during high action with many effects. Portable resolution tends to sit at the native 720p, but it can drop to 960×540.

Today’s Nintendo Treehouse: Live presentation ended with a look at Diablo III: Eternal Collection. Check out the full recording below.

To promote this week’s launch of Diablo III – Eternal Collection on Switch, Blizzard has created a special live action trailer. We have the video below.

Yesterday, rumors began to swirl regarding possible amiibo tying in with Diablo III – Eternal Collection. Thanks to a new screenshot, we may have our first look at one of the figures.

That’s supposedly not the only amiibo for Diablo III – Eternal Collection. A Demon figure has been rumored as well.

Blizzard may choose to announce its new amiibo during BlizzCon later this week.

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Based on new findings from dataminers, Blizzard could be preparing Diablo III amiibo. New figures could be announced as early as this week.

What’s been located thus far is that three types of figures are supported. These include the default/generic amiibo, the Treasure Goblin amiibo, and Demon amiibo.

Various outlets are coming forward with footage from the final build of Diablo III – Eternal Collection. Take a look at a few videos below that show online gameplay, amiibo support, and more.

Nintendo and Blizzard announced this week that Diablo III: Eternal Collection is getting a new Switch bundle. We have several photos showing off its contents below.

The Diablo III: Eternal Collection bundle launches November 2. It’ll include a Switch system and dock featuring Diablo III artwork, a download code for the game, and a themed carrying case.