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Diablo® IV

Diablo® IV

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The first expansion Vessel of Hatred, brings you back to learn the fate of the prime evil Mephisto and his demonic plans for Sanctuary.
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Diablo® IV is the ultimate action RPG experience with endless evil to slaughter, countless abilities to master, nightmarish dungeons, and legendary loot. Embark on the campaign solo or with friends, meeting memorable characters through beautifully dark settings and a gripping story, or explore an expansive end game and shared world where players can meet in towns to trade, team up to battle world bosses, or descend into PVP zones to test their skills against other players – no lobbies necessary – with cross-play and cross-progression on all available platforms.

This is only the beginning for Diablo® IV, with new events, stories, seasons, rewards, and more looming on the horizon.
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Provider
Blizzard Entertainment, Inc.
Last Updated on
11/01/2019
Network Connection
Required
System Requirements
No System Requirements
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Diablo IV's third season is really boring. Why is Blizzard afraid to let players have fun?
Diablo IV hasn’t always been an easy game to like, but I had high hopes for its third season. The Season of the Construct seemed like it would be right up my alley. It promised underground dungeons, mechanical monsters, and some nice quality-of-life updates. Best of all, I’d have a little robot buddy to fight alongside me. Surefire fun, right? But tragically, the Season of the Construct hasn’t been much fun at all. The new dungeons are visually appealing, and my robot companion is extremely cute, but the actual gameplay is pretty boring. It just feels like a worse version of Diablo IV, and that’s not something I want to spend my time on.
Diablo IV's third season is really boring. Why is Blizzard afraid to let players have fun?
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Diablo IV's third season is really boring. Why is Blizzard afraid to let players have fun?
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Diablo 4 - Season 3/Chain Lightning Sorc/Construct Mechanics Early Build
Watch More Reviews On My YT Channel The endless battle between the High Heavens and the Burning Hells rages on as chaos threatens to consume Sanctuary. With ceaseless demons to slaughter, countless Abilities to master, nightmarish Dungeons, and Legendary loot, this vast, open world brings the promise of adventure and devastation. Survive and conquer darkness – or succumb to the shadows. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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I've been following atomic heart for a quite along time now , it looks real promising and truth be told I can't wait for its release. I'm also really excited for Diablo IV , I recently fell in love with the series and I hunger for more . And finally Starfield , Made by Bethesda by far one of my favourite developers , I played every Fallout and every ESO games to date , can't wait for what they'll bring to the table next .
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Diablo IV's Season of the Construct gives players a robot buddy to adventure with
Diablo IV has been through some big ups and downs since launching last summer, but the game's third season is about to begin, and it may be the biggest and most interesting one so far. The world of Diablo may be mostly known for angels and demons, but this time mechanical monstrosities will be getting in on the action. Titled "Season of the Construct," this season will see players journey to the depths underneath the desert of Kehjistan, where ancient robotic technology has sprung back to life and been made to serve the forces of evil. Players will make camp at the town of Gatehall and explore various vault dungeons full of the titular constructs as they attempt to master this powerful force for themselves.
Diablo IV's Season of the Construct gives players a robot buddy to adventure with
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Diablo IV's Season of the Construct gives players a robot buddy to adventure with
Diablo 4 Gets Week-Long Free Trial on PC, Consoles Until November 28
Diablo IV | Midwinter Blight: Limited-Time Event runs from December 12, 2023 to January 2, 2024.
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Diablo 4 Gets Week-Long Free Trial on PC, Consoles Until November 28
Players can check out Diablo 4 for free, but will not be able to make progress beyond level 20 without buying the game. Along with making Diablo 4 available at a 40 percent discount as part of Steam’s recent Autumn sale, Blizzard is also making all versions of the game available to play for free on all platforms until November 28. This means that players can check out the game with zero commitments for an entire week. As part of the free trial, players can check out Diablo 4, including support for full co-op and crossplay. The big limitation as part of the trial is that players will not be able to progress beyond level 20. That progress that players do make, however, will be carried over into the full version of the game should players decide to make the purchase. Coinciding with the free week-long trial is the Mother’s Blessing event in Diablo 4, which essentially gives all players a 35 percent multiplicative bonus to all XP and Gold they earn while playing until November 27. The additional XP and Gold applies to Eternal and Seasonal Realms, and all World Tiers. The bonus also stacks with Elixers and the Urn of Experience.
Diablo 4 Gets Week-Long Free Trial on PC, Consoles Until November 28
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Diablo IV | Midwinter Blight: Limited-Time Event runs from December 12, 2023 to January 2, 2024.
Launching on 12/12, this event will be playable through the new year until 1/2/2024. Don't miss it!
Diablo IV | Midwinter Blight: Limited-Time Event runs from December 12, 2023 to January 2, 2024.

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Diablo® IV is updated at 2019-11-01.

Which studio developed this game?icon

The provider of Diablo® IV is Blizzard Entertainment.

Can I play Diablo® IV on Android/iOS?icon

No.

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