Diablo 4 Is A Confident And Wonderfully Dark Rpg
Diablo IV understands what it wants and is. It took many of the best features from prior editions, left behind the worst, and created one of the most accomplished and addicting RPG
Blizzard is doubling down on one of the darkest gaming environments, full with compelling storylines and gloomy NPCs with hard-to-hear tales.
Fans who believed Diablo III didn't capture the dark tone the series called for will be pleased.
You free a community from demons only to be drugged, almost killed by a butcher, and forced to eat flesh blossoms as you try to stop Lilith, daughter of hell, from destroying the w
RPG villains like Lilith are well-developed. While we won't dive into spoilers, we weren't wholly against her intentions by the conclusion.
Which is a credit to the work that's gone into lifting the traditional Diablo tale into something more complex and much bigger.
The game's massive globe map makes this even more striking. It's enormous, but not in an overpowering Ubisoft tower hunt sense. The call is irresistible.
Every boss battle, global event, and mission leads to more loot, each with unique stats and opportunities to mold your character into a distinctive demon hunter.