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Diablo 3 News – Necromancer

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At long last, on the day that the first batch of Blizzcon tickets are going on sale, Blizzard have announced that a closed-Beta is coming for the Necromancer class in Diablo 3. With very little information already released to the public about how the Necromancer plays and feels inside the game, along with the extra content that will follow it with the release of patch 2.6.0 this small piece of news is very exciting.

Following Blizzards standard method of only saying “Soon” there is no dates for when the closed beta will begin, when it will end or even the number of people they will be inviting. All we know for certain at this time is that the closed beta is on the horizon and it is likely that there will not be an open-beta before the patches release into the wild.

If you are excited and keen to be a part of the testing the best way to have a chance is to double check your Beta account settings inside of your Battle Net account. If you are not one of the lucky chosen few then there will be no NDA imposed on the Beta so you can be sure that streamers and news sites will flood the internet with gameplay and ongoing information while the Beta lasts.

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Phill is a huge anime and video game fan (read Blizzard Fanboy). In his free time he’s either playing WoW, Overwatch or Diablo 3, or watching Anime on Crunchryroll and Animelab. He likes to write reviews about both his passions and sometimes thought pieces on a particular topic an episode may bring up and how it was dealt with. When it comes to the games he plays, he’s always on top with the latest news int he industry and keeps up to date with the latest updates and patches in 3 out of the 6 Blizzard games. Phill started playing games back when the only game he had on his computer was Mind Maze in Encarta ’95 and has been an avid fan of computer entertainment for almost his whole life. Anime is a fairly recent, last decade or so, obsession of his. He’s also a movie enthusiast. You can find more of his work on his website Mildly Awful Gaming right here.

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