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We're only a day away from the Necromancer and we can also get the DLC with WoW gold! Check out when exactly the DLC will be available in your region, the current Wow Token prices, as well as a complete overview of the upcoming patch and DLC.

Update: we have the official patch notes and some Icy Veins guides now as well!

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The long (LONG) awaited Necromancer class is coming to Diablo 3 tomorrow after maintenance in each region, which starts at 10 AM PDT for the US, 11 PM CEST for EU. You can't actually buy the DLC quite yet, as it will become available when the new patch releases, after the above mentioned maintenance. But what you can do is buy the whole thing with WoW gold, aka the WoW token! With the pack costing $14,99, you'll need one token to get it, and have some cash left over. Current EU prices are around the 220k mark, with the US being lower as usual, at around 130k. Chinese and Korean realms are actually getting the pack 2 days later, on the 29th, and their token prices are crazy high as usual, 390k and 320k, respectively.

Check out all the Necromancer and Patch 2.6.0 related articles and videos here:

And here's an official overview and FAQ covering everything you need to know about the DLC, its pricing, release timing, and more:

Blizzard LogoReleasing June 27th (source)

Steel your hearts and get ready to maintain the Balance, nephalem. We’re only a week away—The Rise of the Necromancer Pack is arriving June 27 on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One!


Comprised of controlled, calculating individuals, the Priests of Rathma have long known the true stakes at the heart of the Eternal Conflict. Known to uneducated outsiders as Necromancers, these masters of blood, bone, and the dark arts are often misunderstood. Driven to protect the Balance at all costs, those dedicated to walking this path see neither good nor evil in their actions; simply obedience to the cycle of being.

The Rise of the Necromancer is a purchasable content pack coming to Diablo III: Reaper of Souls and Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition. The pack will be available for purchase starting June 27, 2017 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, and will cost $14.99 USD.


FAQ

Q. What is the Rise of the Necromancer pack?
A. The Rise of the Necromancer pack is a purchasable content pack coming to Diablo III: Reaper of Souls and Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition.

Q. What is included in the Rise of the Necromancer pack?
A. In addition to full access to the Necromancer class in both Campaign and Adventure modes, the Rise of the Necromancer pack includes additional exclusive digital items:

  • Non-combat pet
  • A pair of cosmetic wings
  • New Necromancer-themed Banner Shape, Sigil, and Accent
  • Necromancer Portrait Frame
  • Pennant
  • Two additional character slots
  • Two additional stash tabs*

*This item not available on console

Q. What about all the other features coming in Patch 2.6.0?
A. Challenge Rifts, The Shrouded Moors zone, Temple of the Firstborn zone, and the Realms of Fate are all free content—if you own the Reaper of Souls expansion pack, they are available for play without any additional purchases.

Q. When will the pack be available for purchase?
A. The pack will be available for purchase on June 27, 2017, after maintenance has completed in your region.

Note: For PlayStation 4 in Japan, while the patch will be available on the morning of June 27, the Rise of the Necromancer pack and Eternal Collection will not be available until later that evening. Until the product is available, you may encounter an error reading “Product Not Available” during the first 12-hour window of the patch.

Q. How much will the pack cost?
A. The Rise of the Necromancer pack will cost $14.99 USD in North America. For regional pricing, please see your regional Diablo website.

Q: How do I purchase the Rise of the Necromancer pack?
A: For PC, you will be able to purchase both directly through a new in-game store front or via the Blizzard Shop. For PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, you’ll want to purchase through the PlayStation™ Store or the Xbox One Store respectively.

Q: Will there be a box release for the Rise of the Necromancer?
A: As this is digital content and not an expansion, the Rise of the Necromancer pack will not be available as a physical product.

Q: What is the Diablo III: Eternal Collection?
A: Players on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One will have the opportunity to purchase an all-in-one package in the Eternal Collection. This bundle includes both the Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition and the Rise of the Necromancer pack, and will be available at a special introductory price of $39.99 USD (reg. $59.99 SRP).

Q. Will the Rise of the Necromancer pack be available for play at midnight?
A. No. The Rise of the Necromancer pack requires Patch 2.6.0 to be installed; after maintenance has completed in your region, you’ll be able to purchase and access the Rise of the Necromancer pack.

Q: When will maintenance begin?
A:
PC

NA/SA/ANZ: 10:00 a.m. PDT
EU: 11:00 p.m. CEST
KR/TW: (June 29) 2:00 a.m. KST
CN: (June 29) 5:00 a.m. CST

Console
All except JPN: 8:00 a.m. PDT
JPN: (June 28) 12:00 p.m. JST

Q: How long will maintenance last?
A: Maintenance typically lasts between one to two hours; however, this is a variable that can change on short notice. Keep up to date by following @BlizzardCS for any emergency maintenance messaging.

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    So at my IRL job I got news this morning that was quite good, basically with lay offs going I'm safe and am actually getting a raise. So fantastic news on the same day that the necromancer pack releases its like a prefect cherry on the sundae and is going to be my reward to myself to celebrate. IRL money is a bit tight at the end of the month, but it seems like a perfect excuse to pick up the necro pack and not sleep for a couple days.

    NECROMANCER PARTY TIME

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    I wasn't planning on actually buying this, but the 220k gold option might be a nice way to compromise.

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    13 minutes ago, PaasHaaS said:

    I wasn't planning on actually buying this, but the 220k gold option might be a nice way to compromise.

    yeah that's how my D3 buddies are picking it up, im only a little salty about it because im not rich anymore like they are. i was loaded in wod from garry exploitation, they actually play the market and craft stuff while i do laps around dalaran on my fel pig

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    Can you explain to me pls, how to transfer 220000 gold to this pack?

    I thought its aprox 330000.

    Apologize for my english :)

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    4 hours ago, demonardvark said:

    So at my IRL job I got news this morning that was quite good, basically with lay offs going I'm safe and am actually getting a raise. So fantastic news on the same day that the necromancer pack releases its like a prefect cherry on the sundae and is going to be my reward to myself to celebrate. IRL money is a bit tight at the end of the month, but it seems like a perfect excuse to pick up the necro pack and not sleep for a couple days.

    NECROMANCER PARTY TIME

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    I was about to say, "Guess I'm getting old," but then I realized, In Real Life, I already am Old... sigh.  Worst, I had to google IRL to know WTF that actually meant.

    I work as a Writer/Illustrator in Comic Books (For Marvel, DC, Image and Dark Horse these days) and I guess I really need to keep-up on my acronyms if I wanna converse with people in this Truncated Language Universe.

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    1 hour ago, albabe said:

    I was about to say, "Guess I'm getting old," but then I realized, In Real Life, I already am Old... sigh.  Worst, I had to google IRL to know WTF that actually meant.

    I work as a Writer/Illustrator in Comic Books (For Marvel, DC, Image and Dark Horse these days) and I guess I really need to keep-up on my acronyms if I wanna converse with people in this Truncated Language Universe.

    i've had to be educated on quite a few of them so don't feel bad. even then i play other mmo's and half the time i don't understand whats being said in guild chat because of all the acronyms. 

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    7 hours ago, PaasHaaS said:

    I wasn't planning on actually buying this, but the 220k gold option might be a nice way to compromise.

    how can i realize it for 220? I think its about 330,

    Or what need me to do to create 15USD/Euro from one wow token?

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