Diablo 3: Eternal Collection Switch Release Date / Pre-Order Guide (US)
Hell of a time.
The acclaimed dungeon crawler Diablo 3 is coming to Nintendo Switch on November 2. But this isn't the vanilla version that shipped in 2012. This is Diablo 3: Eternal Collection, which means it comes with all of the updates, DLC, and expansions Blizzard has released over the years. It's the full game, and it will be playable on your TV or on the go, thanks to the hybrid nature of the Switch. If you're ready to pre-order Diablo 3: Eternal Collection for Nintendo Switch, we have all the details you need below.
What Comes with Diablo 3 On Switch?
Diablo 3: Eternal Collection on Switch is mostly the same as it is on Xbox One, PS4, and PC. It comes with the core game, as well as the Reaper of Souls and Rise of the Necromancer expansions. That means you get a campaign comprised of five acts, along with seven classes of playable characters: Crusader, Barbarian, Witch Doctor, Demon Hunter, Monk, Wizard, and Necromancer.
One of the quality-of-life features of this version is that Adventure mode is also unlocked from the beginning. That means you don't have to complete the campaign before taking on the endgame activities that are geared toward loot collection and replayability.
The Switch edition also comes with some Nintendo-exclusive Zelda content. You get a Cucco companion pet, a Triforce portrait frame, and cosmetic wings straight out of Majora's Mask. You can also transform your armor to make your character look like Ganondorf.
As for multiplayer, you can play it in a number of configurations. You can play with co-op partners in shared-screen mode on a single Nintendo Switch. You can play locally offline on up to four devices, even using a mixture of TV and handheld play. Or you can play online with friends. The game also supports all controller configurations, including both single and dual Joy-Con setups.
Where to Pre-Order Diablo 3 for Switch
Ready to pull the trigger? Unfortunately, no discounts are available at the moment, but a number of retailers are selling pre-orders for the suggested retail price of $60.
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