E3 2014: Diablo III PlayStation Exclusive Last of Us and Shadow of the Colossus Bonus Content

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When Diablo III originally launched on PlayStation 3 last year, it came packaged with exclusive bonus items themed after Journey and Uncharted. Blizzard’s offering similar perks with the upcoming PS3 and PS4 versions of Diablo III: Reaper of Souls — Ultimate Evil Edition, which launches August 19th.

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Believe it or not, this time around the bonus content is even more awesome. As revealed during Sony’s E3 2014 presentation, there will be a Nephalem Rift randomized dungeon covered with a yellow spore fog effect and populated by a terrifying horde of Stalkers, Clickers, and Bloaters from The Last of Us.

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Additionally, PlayStation gamers will receive transmogrification plans for Guise of the Colossi, a six-piece armor set themed after the behemoth bosses in PS2 classic Shadow of the Colossus. Now that’s sweet.

I didn’t care much for Diablo III when I first tried to trudge through it on PS3, but this bonus content makes me want to give it another shot on PS4. I’m a sucker for anything Team Ico related.

Diablo III: Reaper of Souls — Ultimate Evil Edition is available for pre-order now at Amazon.com for PS3 and PS4 (as well as Xbox 360 and Xbox One). For more about the game be sure to read our previous reviews of Diablo III and the Reaper of Souls expansion on PC.

Source: Diablo III PS4 Exclusive PlayStation Content Detailed [PlayStation.Blog]
Source: PlayStation Exclusive Content Revealed at E3 [Diablo III]

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