The battleground, Eternal Conflict, has two lanes flanking a central combat area. In this area, two opposing Immortals duke it out, and it is up to players to give their Immortal an advantage by attacking the other one.
Once an Immortal falls, the remaining one shifts into one of the battleground’s lanes and attacks enemy fortifications.
Diablo’s Butcher will also be added to the game as a playable character. He’s a brutal melee assassin who fuels his high sustained damage by consuming the remains of his ruined victims.
His specials include slowing and healing attacks, an area of effect furnace blast, a charge called Ruthless Onslaught, and a tethering attack called Lamb to the Slaughter.
The Eternal Conflict map will be added to the game for free on July 1, and The Butcher will be available on that same date for in-game gold or real money.
Note: We previously referred to Eternal Conflict as a paid expansion. We regret the error.