Diablo 3 only floated around as a rumor, a talk amongst the online and offline community that lasted for eight years, so powerful that the hypothetical game had taken a mythical status. Diablo 3 now released!, so stock up supplies, say farewells to your friends, family, and loved ones, get a good amount of sleep, take in a lot of supplements, for this game will surely get you hooked. Diablo 3 is a game which tells a dark and gothic tale about demons and nightmares, no matter how small or how great, turned to reality, and itâ€™s only up to you to overcome them. It also features elements of hack-and-slash, dungeon crawl genres.
Like Diablo II, this game develops its story through a series of events; a set of acts comprised by cutscenes, cinematics, quests, dialogues, and the adventure itself. Diablo III story happens twenty years after the events that occurred in Diablo II, when the Three Prime Evils, Diablo, the Lord of Terror, Mephisto, the Lord of Hatred, and Baal, the Lord of Destruction, had entered and wandered the world of Sanctuary, rampaging and shackling humanity into slavery. For those who had seen first hand what they had done, those intrepid heroes who battled the Prime Evils directly and survived, the wounds of the past heal slowly and the memory of the nightmare never fully faded, permanently scarring their souls, rendering some of them insane.
Those who had been spared had dismissed the events as merely myths and legends. Meanwhile, seeking clues to new stirrings of evil, Deckard Cain, the only confirmed NPC from the last Diablo franchises to appear on the third, finally returns to the Cathedral of Tristram, only to see a comet from the heavens strike the very ground where Diablo first manifested in Sanctuary. The comet was the harbinger of a dark omen in its fiery being, seemingly a beacon for the heroes of Sanctuary to once again defend against the rising powers of the Burning Hells and even the failing powers of the High Heavens itself.