Diablo III: Eternal Collection Arrives on Switch in November
Descend into the pits of hell on the go or however else you want to play.
By Chris Morse
Last month, Diablo III: Eternal Collection for the Nintendo Switch was officially announced and a number of key features and exclusives were revealed in the process. Now, we finally know when we will be able to get our hands on some sweet dungeon-crawling action. Blizzard has announced that the title will arrive on November 2nd. In less than two months, you will be able to enjoy Diablo on-the-go and play any way you wish thanks to the portability of Nintendo's hybrid console.
Just to recap, the Nintendo Switch version of Diablo III: Eternal Collection will include the Reaper of Souls expansion as well as the Rise of the Necromancer DLC pack. In addition to that, the game will feature a few Nintendo-exclusive goodies such as a Legend of Zelda Ganondorf armor set, Tri-Force portrait frame, cucco pet, and an "Echoes of the Mask" cosmetic wings appearance item.
You will be able to play online via the Nintendo Switch Online service, which launches in September, or in-person with up to 4 players on either a single Switch or 4 separate consoles linked wirelessly. The latter options will not require an internet connection.
Diablo III: Eternal Collection for the Nintendo Switch will arrive on November 2nd.
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