Diablo armory not updating


09-Jul-2017 21:24

Diablo 1 is being remade inside Diablo III It's not exactly related to the  Necromancer, but it's still worth noting that this January you'll be able to play  Verdict In the end, while it's cool to see the new class, it's a bit of a letdown that there isn't a full expansion coming alongside the Necromancer.

It's been a long time since a real expansion was released for expansion way back in 2014. Let's take a look at what we know about this new addition to are that deep---the game is sort of goofy, honestly---but it's still nice to have a fresh face even while hearkening back to the previous entry. This is pretty obvious for anyone who has ever heard the term 'necromancer' or 'necro' and 'mancer' separately.

However, Blizzard has added a new hotkey so players can spend their points quickly.

You can already use the “Shift” key to spend 10 points at a time, but now you can also use the “Ctrl” key when clicking to spend 100 points all at once.

Gems and Legendary Gems will also swap and if you‘ve upgraded or leveled up your gems, the Armory will automatically select the highest quality or level available for that gem type.

Blizzard explains that: “Players have different goals from Season to Season or game session to game session, and for some of our more dedicated players, there wasn’t a clear progression track beyond augmenting your Ancient Legendary items or completing the Season Journey.

Enter Primal Ancients, a new tier of very rare Ancient items that allow you to aim for that perfect set of gear.

Diablo 1 is being remade inside Diablo III It's not exactly related to the Necromancer, but it's still worth noting that this January you'll be able to play Verdict In the end, while it's cool to see the new class, it's a bit of a letdown that there isn't a full expansion coming alongside the Necromancer.

We know Diablo 3 will be getting a major update at some point in the future, adding some much-needed quality of life features, Primal Ancient items for adventurers to discover and much more.

The Necromancer comes out in 2017, meaning it's taken about three years for Blizzard to release a second new class. Still, this means the Necromancer can do neat things like make corpses explode, or send an army of ghostly skeletons against your enemies.