As we approach the commencement of Diablo 4’s first season, speculation is rife about when the second season will kick off.
Seasons in Diablo games typically have a longer duration than those in most conventional live service games, but they generally follow a similar timeframe.
The Seasonal Cycle
Understanding the duration of each Diablo 4 season is crucial for players aiming to secure all the Unique items and Legendary Aspects exclusive to each season. It also helps players know when their Diablo 4 characters will transition to the Eternal Realm at the end of Season 1.
Anticipated Release Date
Based on current projections, the release date for Diablo 4’s second season is expected to be in late October 2023.
According to the official Diablo 4 gameplay guide for the first season, Season 1 will conclude on October 9, 2023. Historically, in Diablo 3 and Diablo 2 Resurrected, seasons have lasted an average of 15 weeks.
This duration has varied, reaching as high as 25 weeks and as low as seven, but Diablo 2 Resurrected seasons have generally adhered to a cycle of just over three months.
Awaiting More Information
With Season 1 in Diablo 4 just around the corner, it will be some time before we receive more information about Diablo 4’s second season. However, it’s important to note that to participate in endgame content like these seasonal campaigns, players must first complete the main campaign.
You can improve your overall experience in the RPG game with our Diablo 4 Season 1 guide. And to clarify, these seasons are distinct from the upcoming Diablo 4 DLC, which will expand on the main story.