Season 10 for Blizzard's Diablo III is expected to kick off on March 31, and comes alongside a new patch that will bring some handy new features to the game. Like the Armory, which will let players save and switch out different builds (along with skills, gems, and so forth) at the press of a button. Plus, making crafting materials a currency like stat and a new tier of legendary gear with perfect rolls called Primal Ancients.
For console owners, who got new content in the past in the form of a patch, Season 10 will mark the first time they'll be able to participate in a Diablo III Season Journey. Which means starting fresh, completing challenges like "Complete a Torment XIII Rift in under 5 minutes" and "Complete Greater Rift 60 solo", and taking part in leader-boards. The only real question is how Seasons will work on the console versions of Diablo III, as currently they do not authenticate or connect to Battle.Net when played online. And, are still plagued with players decked out with hacked items.
Blizzard has noted that more details on how Seasons will work on console (limited to the PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game) are coming in the near future. If we were to take a guess, We'd say that the update will mean that any Seasonal play-through on console will start fresh on Battle.net so there's no chance of hacked items showing up and potentially ruining leader-boards.
For more info on Season 10, head here
. And for more on Patch 2.5.0, head here