Whether you’re looking to farm throughout all of Season of Blood, or you have limited time to play, knowing when seasons end is vital information for players. This is what we know about Diablo 4’s Season 2 end date.
When Does Season 2: Season of Blood Conclude for Diablo 4
No official announcement has been made confirming the end date of Diablo 4 Season 2. For those looking to farm as much as possible while being a vampire, it can be frustrating to not know when it’s coming to an end. There are a few things about Diablo 4 seasons that we do know, in general.
During the first campfire chat, it was revealed that each season would last at least three months. This can be seen in the length of Season 1 for D4, Season of the Malignant. It started July 20 and ended October 17, three months later. Season 2 started the same day, so we can infer that any announcement concerning the start of Season 3 will also be Season of Blood’s completion.
Taking that into consideration, Season of Blood’s end date should be sometime mid January 2024. With the holiday season upon us during this period, that may be pushed out to allow players more time to farm endgame items and the new bosses. Not only that, but an extended timeframe gives the developers more time to finalize season mechanics as well as have the ability to relax during the holidays.
Once the official Diablo 4 Season 2 end date is announced, we’ll be updating this piece. Right now, all we can do is speculate on when Season 3 will launch and close the door vampiric powers. For seasonal quest walkthroughs, how to summon the new endgame bosses, or get the new items, head to our guide vault for assistance.