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Diablo III‘s 20th anniversary update is now available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.

The update introduces a new event that brings the original Diablo to Diablo III via a new dungeon that is 16 levels deep. The dungeon features the four main bosses from the first Diablo, the original music, and a new “Retrovision” graphics filter that makes the game look like the original and locks players to old-school eight-directional movement.

Update 2.4.3 also adds a 64-bit client as default for 64-bit Microsoft Windows operating systems that should improve system performance and loading times, and improves support for monitors over 60Hz.

Other changes include class and item balancing, bug fixes, a new enemy affix, and an improved dye system.

The full patch notes can be read here.

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Diablo III’s original Diablo event is now live, full patch notes

Diablo III's 2.4.3 update has arrived, bringing with it the original Diablo anniversary event.

By Matthew Bennett | 01/5/2017 06:30 AM PT

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Diablo III‘s 20th anniversary update is now available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.

The update introduces a new event that brings the original Diablo to Diablo III via a new dungeon that is 16 levels deep. The dungeon features the four main bosses from the first Diablo, the original music, and a new “Retrovision” graphics filter that makes the game look like the original and locks players to old-school eight-directional movement.

Update 2.4.3 also adds a 64-bit client as default for 64-bit Microsoft Windows operating systems that should improve system performance and loading times, and improves support for monitors over 60Hz.

Other changes include class and item balancing, bug fixes, a new enemy affix, and an improved dye system.

The full patch notes can be read here.

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About Matthew Bennett

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Matt has only been covering the gaming world for a short while, but he’s eager to make his mark. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89