What is the Diablo 4 Season 2 start date

The Diablo 4 Season 1 end date was revealed the day the Season of the Malignant went live (Image via Blizzard)
The Diablo 4 Season 1 end date was revealed the day the Season of the Malignant went live (Image via Blizzard)

It's been close to a month since Diablo 4 Season 1 went live. Named Season of the Malignant, this season has been plagued with issues ever since it started. However, every cloud has a silver lining. Blizzard Entertainment has been prompt to address most of the issues. The developer has been steadily updating the title in order to ensure a smooth gameplay experience for everyone.

All seasons in the game are expected to run for around three months, with a brief cooldown period between two seasons. With that said, players have been wanting to know what the Diablo 4 Season 1 end date is.


Diablo 4 Season 1 end date revealed

The current season in the game ends on October 17 (Image via Blizzard)
The current season in the game ends on October 17 (Image via Blizzard)

Based on the information seen in the battle pass, the Diablo 4 Season 1 end date is currently October 17, 2023. Considering that this is the first season in the game, Blizzard might not deviate from the already set schedule.

However, if there are technical difficulties that render the game unplayable for a couple of days, Blizzard might just end up postponing the Season 1 end date. If this happens, the information will be available on their social media handles.

In case of a postponement, the information should be available as the Season of the Malignant draws to a close in the month of October.


When does Diablo 4 Season 2 start?

Based on the information revealed in the Gamescom 2023 trailer, Diablo 4 Season of Blood will be starting on October 17, the very day Season of the Malignant ends. It was previously believed that there would be a brief cooldown period between the two seasons but that doesn't seem to be the case this time around.


Features to look forward to in Season of Blood

Hopefully, Blizzard has learned a lesson from the disastrous Season of the Malignant launch. Based on everything that was seen in the trailer, players will receive a new set of vampiric powers in the Season of Blood, and will be able to participate in five different boss fights. Now, it's unclear if the developers will be introducing a new class in the game at this point, but it will definitely be interesting to see what changes they have in store for everyone, once the new season goes live.

With over two months left for the season to conclude, players shouldn't worry about the Season of the Malignant end date. There's plenty of time for everyone to max out on their battle pass and claim every reward that it has to offer.

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Edited by Rachel Syiemlieh