Copyright © 2020 Heavy, Inc. All rights reserved. We don't know exactly when Diablo 3 Season 22 will start, but we can still make a pretty good guess. It may not necessarily feel like it, but we’re on the cusp of yet another season ofAfter crossing a massive milestone this season, Blizzard now has their sights on making it to Season 30. Diablo 3 relies on Seasons to refresh its gameplay experience and introduce new rewards that players can pursue. That does fall on a Saturday, so it’s possible we’ll see Blizzard adjust it a bit.The PTR patch for Season 21, one that introduced a It was only a matter of time before those two classes got some love considering all of the others had already received some new sets.Season 20 and double Goblins are ending June 21st Season 21 will be the first time players get to test out the new content with these two popular classes, but it’s tough to tell if they will prove to be meta changing in any way as of yet.Blizzard will usually tweet out when the season ends, and we will update this post with that information as soon as it is revealed.With the PTR already being announced, we know that the end is certainly just over the horizon.There will likely be some adjustments to the plethora of changes that were introduced, but for the most part, we have a good idea of what to expect.This does mean that Season 21 will more than likely start sometime in June. Here are Season 21's start times:Blizzard hasn't given any details about the Diablo 3 Season 21 end date. They were added in Patch 2.1. Powered by Here's what we know about the end of Diablo 3 Season 20 and the start of Season 21. Here are the Trial of Tempests Haedrig Gift's sets:You'll find a detailed description of how to get them, alongside all the details about Diablo 3's Season 21 over on the When not brewing coffee or debating serious topics with my cat, you'll either find me playing video games or writing about them. That means it’s time to start wrapping up your Seasonal goals. Season 21, the season of the Trials of Tempests, is the latest to release in Diablo 3 and features some notable new content for the game, including 2 completely new sets for the Demon Hunter (Gears of Dreadlands) and Necromancer (Masquerade of the Burning Carnival). Given how Seasons tend to last between 70 and 136 days, Trial of Tempests could end as early as September 11 or as late as November 16.Trial of Tempests makes it so that, every 90 seconds, characters will channel an elemental power that triggers specific attacks that:Diablo 3's Season 21 continues the trend of bringing back previous seasons' cosmetic rewards, making those earnable in Season 9 obtainable once again.Players will be able to grab the Conqueror Set's Chest and Gloves alongside the Pandemonium portraits and cute and craggly Rocky pet.That being said, Trial of Tempests will also feature two new obtainable cosmetic items in the shape of the Stupendous Contraption pet and the Industrial Portrait Frame.In Diablo 3's Trial of Tempests season, you'll continue to unlock stash tabs, up to a total of five across Seasons, by unlocking its Conqueror items. Thankfully, Blizzard has stepped in and offered a slew of details about Diablo 3's Season 21 – titled Trial of Tempests – including some on its start and end date.Diablo 3 Season 21's start date has been locked down to Friday, July 3, with its accompanying patch 2.6.9 hitting live servers as early as June 23. We use cookies to enable you to log in and set your site preferences. Update: Season 20 has come to a close, but never fear, because Season 21 should be live in the next couple of weeks. provide relevant advertising. Here are its Season Journey tasks:Like its peers, Diablo 3's Season 21 comes with its own set of Seasonal Conquests. Diablo 3 Seasons breathe new life into Blizzard's hack and slash RPG, bringing new mechanics and rewards that players can pursue over the span of several weeks. There’s no telling when Blizzard decides to stop releasing seasons, but since However, before we can even think about that, we have to focus on the here and now, which would mean we have to set our eyes on the end of Season 20.As we enter mid-May and beyond, we certainly know the end of the season is near, which means now is the time to finish up your last-second grinding as you prepare for some new content.Season 20 started up on March 13, and seasons have traditionally run for about three months. Going by that, Season 20 will end on or around June 13. New Seasons are a major event and are typically released in tandem with patches, premiering original content, but a patch is never applied mid-Season. We also use cookies to analyse site traffic, personalise content and Diablo 3 Season 20 End & Season 21 Start Time Curses!/Stars Align tasks you with picking any Cursed Chest event that requires killing monsters and defeating over 350 or more at level 70 on Torment X or higher.Sprinter/Speed Racer is all about not taking your sweet time, requiring that you complete the entire Diablo III campaign from Act I to Act V, at level 70, in under 1 hour.Avarice/Avaritia can be completed by pulling off a 50 million gold streak outside of The Vault or its Inner Sanctum.Another straightforward Seasonal Conquest is Thrill/Superhuman, which revolves around beating a level 45 Greater Rift on your own and without equipping any items belonging to a set.Lastly, for Speed Demon/Need for Speed, you'll need to finish a Torment X Nephalem Rift at level 70 in 2 minutes.Season 21 also rotates the class sets gained from completing certain chapters in the Season Journey.