Blizzard announced, this Monday (17), that Diablo IV went gold and completed its development. With the announcement, we are confident that the title is set to launch on June 6, 2023 on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series, Xbox One, and PC.
Diablo IV will not display its map while the player is exploring
Reaching the Gold stage is a term used in the gaming market, which symbolizes the completion of a game’s development. The scenario does not take into account the day one patch, which most games receive these days, so Blizard developers must continue to work on optimizations for Diablo IV, from bug fixes to character balance. .
Diablo IV is the newest game in the popular RPG franchise, offering both a single player and cooperative experience for players to explore a world filled with monsters, demons, and skeletons. According to Blizzard, the game will receive constant updates and will feature shared progression across all available platforms.
Necromancer will be nerfed in the final version of the game
According to the company, after player feedback in the beta, Diablo IV undergoes various balance changes for its characters, resulting in nerfs to classes like the Necromancer, while Druids should become more useful. Blizzard has stated that all classes will undergo adjustments, improving the overall experience.
Among the available classes, the necromancer was the most used during the Beta. Many players commented that the character has exaggerated power. In the version coming to stores, characters will have ‘partners’ with reduced health, requiring players to be more active in order to keep their skeleton army on their feet. In return, druids will become more useful, gaining teammates with increased damage and Ultimates with reduced cooldowns.
Diablo IV will be released on June 6, 2023 for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series, Xbox One and PC..
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