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Play Diablo 3: Ultimate Evil Edition for free this weekend

Diablo 3: Ultimate Evil Edition will be free to play on Xbox One this weekend, Blizzard Entertainment has announced. 

Available as part of Xbox Live Gold’s Free Play Days, players can download the entire Diablo 3 experience alongside all its additional classes and expansions.

By choosing from a number of distinct classes, including the crusader, barbarian and witch doctor, players must step up as one of humanity’s last defenders.

You’ll also have plenty of opportunities to discover some epic loot as you level up alongside friends and enemies. It’s great fun and fiendishly addictive.

Related: Xbox One X 

First released back in 2012, Diablo 3 has stood the test of time with an assortment of worthwhile updates. Here’s a snippet from our original review.

“Diablo III doesn’t push any boundaries in graphics or gameplay, but it’s an incredibly slick and addictive action-RPG that practically perfects the classic slaying-looting-slaying cycle. A weekend-long binge might leave you wanting something more substantial, but Blizzard’s latest has a diabolic way of making you come back for more.”

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If you happen to catch the Diablo bug this weekend, you can pick up the Eternal Collection as it’s 35% off!

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