The new Apprentice mode allows ‘low level’ players to team up with their higherlevel friends.
Core, Offense, Defense and Utility.
You’ll receive points to spend in one of four combat categories, as you progress through the Paragon ranks. Rather than each character earning its own pool, Handily, the Paragon system is based on activity across your entire account. Three new bosses, a generous selection of new enemy types, and a variety of new environments are included. The new edition adds Reaper of Souls’ fifth Act to the core game, set in the region of Westmarch. Relying upon your specific platform circumstances, you’ll be able to take your save from the original console release of Diablo 3 and transfer it across to the Ultimate Evil edition. Note that it is not possible to transfer your save from a PS4 to a Xbox One or vice versa.
In the previous version of the game you were required to slog your way through a series of rather tame difficulty settings before reaching the meatier end game. Things are a lot more flexible this time around. The Ultimate Evil edition introduces the new Crusader class, as well as a new fifth Act to conquer. While platewearing powerhouse relies on spells and maces when it comes down to clattering through enemies, and so adds a magical flavour to Diablo 3’s menagerie of melee characters, This ‘shieldbearing’. PlayStation 3 and 4 owners get a handful of other bonuses with the Ultimate Evil edition of Diablo of all, there’s a chance that the Adventure mode’s Nephalem Rifts will be themed around characters from The Last of Us.
There are a few new special features included in the Ultimate Evil edition, as well as bringing the console version of Diablo 3 largely up to date with the PC’s Reaper of Souls equivalent of the game.
Another new social feature for the console version of the game concerns the way Legendary equipment is distributed amongst party members. If you click on one and make a purchase we may receive a small commission. Sometimes we include links to online retail stores.