This term - Diablo Drought - was used for the first time back in late 2008, some months after the WWI 2008 announcements and the all the subsequent BlizzCon-related Diablo news had died out a bit. It has since been used time and again to complain over lack of new information about our favourite game. But is that really a fair assessment of how Blizzard have engaged with the community?
Diablo III still works on modern PlayStation and Xbox consoles, and remains hugely playable a decade after initial release.
Diablo III: Season 28 brings with it the Altar of Rites, an altar full of unlockable bonuses and potions that will require the gathering of tons of resources. One of things needed is the Staff of Herding, which also unlocks the famous Cow Level known as Whimsyshire. Here's how to craft that staff, for those that either have forgotten, or have never completed it.
Diablo IV might be right around the corner, but that doesn't mean Diablo III isn't getting new stuff to do. Diablo III PTR 2.7.5 (Public Test Release) is inbound and Season 28 will soon follow.