'Diablo 3' News: New Features Coming Via Season 10 and Patch 2.5.0 Detailed Further

Patch 2.5.0 expected to be released soon for 'Diablo 3,' while Season 10 of the game will start on March 31
Battle NetSeason 10 will start inside 'Diablo 3' on March 31

"Diablo 3" players can look forward to gaining access to some new features not too long from now, thanks to the upcoming release of Patch 2.5.0 as well as Season 10, which is already slated to start later this month.

Beginning with Patch 2.5.0, there are two particular features included here that players will likely want to learn about.

The first of these new features is The Armory, and it is one designed to enable players to set themselves up faster inside the game.

According to a recent post on Battle Net, The Armory will allow players to store five different character builds, and they will then be able to switch quickly among these depending upon which set they need to use at a specific moment or for a particular dungeon.

Also included in Patch 2.5.0 is a new UI tab that is designed to hold the many crafting materials players will pick up as they make their way through the game.

The addition of the new UI tab should allow players to feature more organized inventories. Players can also quickly access the crafting-focused UI tab by selecting the small anvil icon in the menu.

Patch 2.5.0 still has no exact release date at this point, though developers have indicated that it is "right around the corner."

Moving on now to the new features coming to "Diablo 3" via Season 10. There will once again be cosmetic rewards made available, including some additional portraits that take inspiration from the Black Soulstone and the Loremaster pennant will also be introduced.

New challenges are also expected to be made available for players to take on in Season 10.

Season 10 will officially begin inside the game on March 31.

Additional details regarding the features included in Patch 2.5.0 and the other new items that will be coming to "Diablo 3" via Season 10 should be made available in the near future.