FINALLY, finally, finally, its been too long Blizzard!
On May 15th, Diablo and friends will return from the Burning Hells to unleash shitstorms in the world of Sanctuary. It’s been 16 years since the original Diablo was release in 1996. The sequel, Diablo II was release in 2000 followed by the expansion Diablo II : Lord of Destruction in 2001.
Starting May 15th, gamers can get their copy off the shelf in the United States, Canada, Europe, South Korea, Southeast Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macau. Additionally, players in those regions as well as in Mexico, Argentina, Chile, and Brazil can purchase the game digitally via Blizzard’s Battle.net. If you signup for World of Warcraft Annual Pass with a 1-year commitment, you’ll receive a free digital copy of Diablo III. This offer will no longer be available as of 12:01 a.m. PDT on May 1. Global digital presales has already started, you can reserve your copy here
Diablo III will be available for Windows® XP/Windows Vista®/Windows® 7 and Macintosh® at a suggested price of $59.99 USD for both the retail DVD-ROM version and the digital version sold directly from Blizzard. A special alabaster-white Collector’s Edition, sold exclusively in retail stores at a suggested retail price of $99.99 USD, will include the full game on DVD-ROM, a behind-the-scenes Blu-ray/DVD two-disc set, the Diablo III soundtrack CD, a 208-page Art of Diablo III book, and a 4 GB USB soulstone (including full versions of Diablo II and Diablo II: Lord of Destruction®) and corresponding Diablo skull base, as well as exclusive in-game content for Diablo III, World of Warcraft®, and StarCraft® II: Wings of Liberty®.