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  • The Diablo III: Eternal Collection is an unparalleled action role-playing experience and contains Diablo III, the Reaper of Souls expansion set, and the Necromancer class together in one definitive volume.
  • Rise as one of humanity's last defenders - Crusader, Barbarian, Witch Doctor, Demon Hunter, Monk, Wizard, or Necromancer - and level up with devastating powers and legendary loot.
  • Lay waste to legions of evil throughout all five acts of the Diablo III storyline, or explore the open world in Adventure Mode to hunt bounties on the elder evils that lurk throughout the mortal realms.
  • Take part in seasonal events and earn exclusive rewards including armor sets, companion pets, and other fiendishly cool goodies.

Product Description

Battle the demonic beings in Diablo 3 Eternal Collection on PS4 and become a part of a legacy that rose up and defeated an evil reborn. The Eternal Collection features Diablo III, the Reaper of Souls expansion, and the Rise of the Necromancer.

Eternal Collection Includes:

  • Diablo III
  • Diablo III: Reaper of Souls
  • Rise of the Necromancer

Diablo III

Signs of the end times draw powerful heroes from all over Sanctuary to rise up and defeat an evil reborn

  • 5 hero classes: Barbarian, Wizard, Monk, Witch Doctor, and Demon Hunter
  • Descend into the depths of Hell and fight alongside the forces of Heaven across an epic 4 Act campaign
  • Play with up to 4 friends online

Diablo III: Reaper of Souls

Challenge Death itself as Malthael—Angel of Death—attempts to harness the infernal powers of the Black Soulstone.

  • Introduces the Crusader hero class
  • Expands the story into Westmarch and Pandemonium in a 5th Act
  • New ways to get loot and rewards through Bounties and Rifts in Adventure mode
  • Introduces ongoing Seasonal Updates with exclusive rewards, challenges, and player leaderboards that get refreshed every few months

Rise of the Necromancer

Commanding the powers of blood, bone, and armies of undead, the Necromancer joins the fight

  • Introduces the Necromancer hero class
  • 2 additional character slots
  • 2 additional tabs for your item stash
  • Cosmetics including the Wings of the Crypt Guardian, the Half-formed Golem Pet, and the Necromancer Banner, Sigil, and Pennant

9 Game Informer Must Play

Diablo III Eternal Collection

Blizzard Puts The Devil In The Details

by Jeff Cork on Oct 30, 2018

Game Informer Must Play

Diablo III emerged from the shadows more than six years ago, but it has continued to thrive thanks to a steady stream of updates and expansions. The Switch’s portable nature makes it a great home for this action/RPG, whether you’re tackling some of its bite-sized challenges or settling in for an evening of demon-slaying with friends. Best of all, it’s an uncompromising port that delivers all the chaotic action that makes Diablo III great.

The Eternal Collection includes everything that’s come to Diablo III so far, including the base game, its Reaper of Souls expansion, and last year’s Rise of the Necromancer expansion. The Switch version also adds some fun cosmetics, such as a cucco pet and Ganondorf-themed cosmetics set, and a way to summon powerful foes with Amiibos. Beyond these platform-specific additions, this is just the most recent version of Diablo III, but on the Switch.

The game runs beautifully on the hardware, whether portable or docked, and I didn’t experience any distracting slowdown or graphical hitches during my playtime. It remained rock solid in four-person local co-op, too, even as we filled the screen with my necromancer’s herd of skeletons, a witch doctor’s army, and a crusader’s barrage of spectral hammers. It really is a technical marvel. The only real graphical compromise that stood out was how some details washed out in the zoomed-in character screens. In the actual game, however, it looks great.

It plays well, too. I preferred using a Pro controller, but the default Joy-Cons do a serviceable job in a pinch. The text is small – particularly if you’re looking at the Switch’s screen – but I didn’t run into any problems with legibility. Inventory management can be a pain, especially when you’re trying to sort through and compare large quantities of gear, but those are legacy nitpicks that have been around since the game originally came to console.

One of the most welcome things about this port is that new players can dive right into the adventure mode without having to complete the campaign first. Adventure mode is where the “real” game is, filled with challenges that are designed to be beaten and replayed, such as clearing out enemies in rifts or running through short bounty quests. I’d still recommend that new players roll through the story, since it introduces some of the basic systems in an easy-to-digest format, but if you’ve done it before there’s no reason to slay Diablo and his cronies yet again. It doesn’t completely alleviate the sting of having to start the game fresh (you can’t import progress or cross-play with other versions of the game), but it helps.

Even after all these years, I still find Diablo III’s loop of starting small and becoming a godlike force of destruction irresistible. Even without major new additions, the Switch’s portability makes it easier than ever to pop into Sanctuary, kill a few hundred monsters, and scoop up some sweet new loot.


Grow your character from a puny nothing to one capable of shaking the gates of hell, collecting a hoard of loot along the way


Visuals on Switch take a slight (but ultimately inconsequential) hit from its more powerful predecessors. However, the action remains detailed and impressive


The orchestral score adds weight to the action, and the sound of legendary gear dropping still evokes the same Pavlovian joy


The text can be a little small in handheld mode, but that’s the biggest quibble I have overall


The long and short of it is that this is simply Diablo III on Switch. It’s the same great game, featuring frenzied action, alluring gameplay loops, and few technical compromises



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Diablo III Eternal Collection - PlayStation 4