If Diablo 4 gets that right and has a similar loot system similar to Loot2.0 in Diablo 3, then we're already worried about just how much time we'll have to invest in the game. The disaster in Diablo 3 is the most beneficial chance that has ever happened to the series on a continuous basis. And when you add this along with Immortal's Immortal controversy, it seems like Blizzard offers a clear path to avoid for it to stay on the right side of it's most loyal players.
The Diablo community is vocal about what they don't like, and has been throughout the lifecycle of Diablo 3, so we're hopeful that Blizzard is taking it into consideration from Diablo IV Gold those who have the privilege of playing large portions of the game in the days prior to its release. But we'd bet Blizzard isn't happy with the massive leaks of footage that is rumored to have come following one of these tests.
A key element that is part of Diablo 3 that is confirmed to be returning are the limited-time Seasons. These are post-game bits of content which refresh the ways legendary items function as well as remixing the content of the base game making it a replayable game that's already replayable. Seasons were featured for quite a long period of time in Diablo 3, so we're hoping they'll also be a huge focus in Diablo 4.
The seasonally-based approach also sets Diablo 4 up to be an even more irresistible Game Pass game, should the merger end up closing. A game such as Diablo that has solid gameplay is perfect to be a service that is designed for players to pop back into the live game after short period of. However since the game is scheduled for release in June and the war for its future with Activision still well underway It's one game that's very unlikely to get an Game Pass treatment on day one, unless something significant alters.
If we had a bet on Diablo 4, we'd say that the intention behind Diablo 4 is that once the game is finally released gamers in the community who were outraged and quite rightly, about Diablo Immortal take a moment to be thinking "oh sure, it's Diablo."
While there's still cosmetic microtransactions in the game, and the forced online connection makes us feel like it could see some opposition, the contrast between the loot-box-obsessed and incredibly negative mobile game and the loot box-loving, incredibly cynical mobile title be a refreshing breath of air. Even the players that got hooked by Immortal were able to buy Diablo 4 Gold do it because it had just enough of the unique Diablo special sauce to distinguish this series from other games thus a game that is full of it is set to succeed.