The PS5 and Nintendo Switch perform on the hardware side of things, while Madden NFL 22 and a number of new releases dominate the software sales.
As revealed by community manager Adam Fletcher, Diablo 2's connection problems were caused by legacy code among other things.
A gorgeously detailed remaster of the classic ARPG.
Vicarious's graphics lead Kevin Todisco also confirms that there's no timetable to announce at present, though he asks for fans to "stay tuned."
A live action trailer for the upcoming remaster portrays a man who asks a priest to sin in order to battle against the Lord of Terror.
Lead graphics engineer Kevin Todisco also says people "are going to be happy" with the PS5 and Xbox Series X/S versions.
Seek the Dark Wanderer and come face to face with Diablo in an effort to save the world when the remaster releases on September 23rd.
Strike with a unique range of claw-based melee attacks, use the shadows to your advantage, or deploy mines and Sentries against foes.
Poison your foes to death, explode corpses to deal damage or summon a variety of monsters, like Skeletons and Golems, to fight.
Summon various beasts to tear apart your foes, use the forces of nature with various spells, or turn into Werewolf to wreak havoc.
The Dexterity-based class uses bows, spears, javelins and crossbows, alternating between close and long range in battle.
Mow down foes with Blessed Hammers and Smite; buff nearby allies with Defiance and Might; or reduce enemy defenses with Conviction.
The month is chock-full of big games, from highly anticipated sequels and follow-ups to remasters and gorgeous-looking indie titles.
Wield the power of the elements, igniting, freezing and shocking foes with a variety of spells, and cover great distance with Teleport.
Focusing heavily on melee combat and tanking damage, the Barbarian is recommended for those who want to Leap Slam into battle.
The iconic action RPG returns with improved visuals, quality of life changes and much more. Here's everything you should know before its release.
The classic cinematics have been enhanced significantly but still retain the cinematography and mood of the original release.
Blizzard's Adam Fletcher says he wouldn't expect either to be ready "right at launch," though more details will be shared later.
The beta will feature two additional classes - Druid and Paladin - and will be available for players on all platforms on August 20th.
Large font modes, UI scaling, toggling item names on and off, and the Shared Stash being increased to three tabs are also coming.