The big day for Diablo fans has passed, and it has also given them the information they wanted. Everyone is crazy to know when will the 19th season start, and finally, we now know exactly when will it start. However, it is worth mentioning that it would not be the same for console gamers and PC players.
Blizzard has confirmed that thefor PC players is 5 PM local time, regardless of where you live. Therefore, New Zealand will see the game first and the western United States would be the last! However, console gamers would not be included in the release, and they will have to wait longer!
Season 19 will come out later in Europe, with Blizzard affirming that the new occasion is required to land at around 1 am in the UK, on Saturday, November 23.
Seasons go live for all console players universally Friday, November 22 at 5:00 p.m. Pacific Time, paying little respect to which territorial form of the game you may have, as a per message from Blizzard clarified. Also, don’t forget that that Seasonal Leaderboards for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch are as yet different by hardware.
Beginning with Season 10, they expelled old individual bests from Season 1. At the point when Season 19 shows up, they will expel old individual bests from Season 10, etc. They will do likewise for individual bests from the past Era when the following one goes live.
While Diablo 3 fans should stand by longer to play Season 19, fortunately it is planned to run for around a quarter of a year. So gamers will have a lot of time to eat up the best Seasonal rewards in front of the February 2020 end date. Blizzard has additionally affirmed that they will offer prizes from past seasons for those gamers who probably won’t have been playing at the time.