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Diablo III Eternal Collection For Nintendo Switch Coming 2nd November And Is 13.3GB

The long-awaited Nintendo Switch version of Diablo III Eternal Collection will be arriving on the platform on the 2nd of November 2018. The information was discovered on the eShop where the listing for the game revealed the worldwide date. It’s possible it was going to be announced during today’s Nintendo Direct. The file size for Diablo III Eternal Collection was also revealed on the eShop and it comes in at 13.3GB.

“Endlessly playable and continually evolving, Diablo III provides a lifetime of challenge and adventure, and the Eternal Collection includes the multitude of features, refinements, and updates that have been added to the game to date. On top fighting through an epic story campaign that spans the High Heavens, the Burning Hells, and beyond, players can earn bountiful rewards in Adventure Mode, a never-ending onslaught of activity with constantly shifting objectives across all of the game’s locales. Diablo III Eternal Collection also includes Seasons, a recurring game mode that encourages players to create fresh characters, earn exclusive Seasonal rewards, and crush hordes of demons to earn spots on their region’s leaderboards.

“The gates of Hell will soon be opening once again, and we couldn’t be more excited to have Nintendo Switch players joining the battle,” said Mike Morhaime, CEO and cofounder of Blizzard Entertainment. “Whether they’re bravely diving in alone or teaming up with friends, Sanctuary’s newest heroes are in store for endless adventuring—and endless loot—when Diablo III Eternal Collectionlaunches on November 2.”

Diablo III Eternal Collection has been forged to take advantage of the Nintendo Switch System’s flexibility and versatility, whether players are using the Joy-Con controller or a Pro Controller. And true to Diablo’s spirit, players will have a wealth of options when it comes to cleansing Sanctuary cooperatively—parties of up to four can play together, either by sharing a screen on a single Nintendo Switch, linking their consoles together wirelessly, or connecting through the Nintendo Switch Online subscription service.

Diablo III is the fastest-selling PC game of all time.* The Reaper of Souls expansion introduced the mighty Crusader class, the infinitely-replayable Adventure Mode, and a host of other game-defining features, like the random loot-filled Nephalem Rift dungeons. In 2017, Rise of the Necromancer resurrected the fan-favorite Necromancer class from Diablo II, bolstering players’ forces with the gruesome powers of blood and bone. All of this is included in Diablo III Eternal Edition for the Nintendo Switch, on top of platform-exclusive bonus items, like Ganondorf’s cosmetic armor set, inspired by the iconic villain from The Legend of Zelda series.

Diablo III Eternal Collection for Nintendo Switch will be available on November 2 at retail stores everywhere and digitally through the Nintendo eShop at a suggested retail price of £49.99.”

Source: PR

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11 comments

    1. The Switch is actually 9th gen and the Tegra X1 is not based on antiquated tech, its actually current. Sure the Switch isn’t as powerful as XBOne or PS4 but you can’t expect it to run at true 4K @144fps but the technology is getting there. Also the PS4 has one disadvantage, not being able to play on the go, the remote play doesn’t count because you need a WiFi connection.

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  1. If I want to play games on the go I will play on my cellphone, Switch is 7th gen tech…it cannot run 8th Gen games unless they 640p 20fps, I prefer playing my games on my 4k TV at the confort of my home…keep your switch Bitch

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