Diablo III

Diablo 3 Screenshot Folder

Diablo 3 is the third release in Blizzard's hit Diablo game series. It was released for Windows in 2012, and in 2014, versions for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One were launched.

Before starting out, you'll have to choose a class with the following to choose from: Barbarian, Crusader, Demon Hunter, Monk, Witch Doctor, and Wizard. You can also choose to play in "Hardcore Hero" mode which means you'll lose access to your hero dies, or a "Seasonal Hero", which essentially means you start over each few month, when a new season begins (this option is to keep the game fresh for players who have already fully progressed in normal gamemodes).

After creating a character, there are two different modes: Campaign and Adventure. You'll spend most of your time in Adventure, but you'll first need to defeat the final boss in Campaign before you can access it. Campaign will take you through the game's story and teach you how to play the game. Adventure is a faster paced game type that is centered around dungeon running, and enables different types of gameplay, like Bounties and Nephalem Rifts.

Screenshot Folder

In Diablo 3, you can take a screenshot on Windows by pressing the PRINT SCRN key on your keyboard, and on Mac, you can take a screenshot by pressing F13. After taking a screenshot, the folder in which it ends up varies based on your operating system, find where your screenshots will be placed below:


On Windows, you can find Diablo 3 screenshots at:

%HomePath%\Documents\Diablo III\Screenshots

%HomePath% refers to the "home path" of the current user. If the above path isn't working or you're struggling to understand what to do with it, you can find your screenshots by going to Documents > Diablo III > Screenshots:

Diablo III screenshot folder


On Mac, you can find Diablo 3 screenshots in this folder:

~/Library/Application Support/Blizzard/Diablo III/Screenshots

Press COMMAND + SPACE or click the magnifying glass in the right side of your menu bar, paste the above path into the text field and press ENTER to quickly jump to the location in Finder.