Diablo 4 Players Disappointed With 'Lazy' Dungeons
Numerous Diablo 4 players are presently complaining about the dungeon design in Blizzard's newest game. Diablo 4's open world has received a divided reception.
There are some players who are dissatisfied with the current design, stating that the dungeons frequently feel shallow and uninspired.
Diablo 4 is undeniably one of the most successful games to be released in 2023, selling millions of copies worldwide and becoming Blizzard's fastest-selling game ever, all while re
The game was so popular and had such a devoted fan base that a Diablo 4 player reached level 100 before the official game release by spending over 50 hours playing over the course
However, there are some admirers who are not completely sold on all aspects of Diablo 4 just yet. For example, Nero_Prototype recently complained on social media that all dungeons
Despite this, Nero_Prototype stated that they continue to enjoy the game; however, it was disappointing to see how the developers failed to incorporate better design.
Presently, it is not difficult to locate complaints like this one on social media. Altnob, for example, had comparable Diablo 4 criticisms.
They were quite disappointed that the game was released with 125 dungeons, but none of them were as expansive and large as the dungeons from the first games in the series.
Blizzard has recently revealed details about upcoming Diablo 4 expansions, confirming that the game will have a substantial amount of post-launch content.
Therefore, there is still optimism that the expansions will add at least one or two large, intriguing dungeons to the game, which is something that the majority of old-school Diabl