New to the series are hub zones that act as social areas where people playing the game can meet up, chat Diablo IV Gold, trade loot, and more.
In addition to these areas, Diablo 4 will have world events that will challenge large groups of players to work together in order to overcome. On paper, it sounds similar to Public events from a game like Destiny 2. The panel showed off a massive boss character being fought by 10 or more players at once.
During its initial reveal, Blizzard confirmed three classes players can pick from, each one fitting a specific roll.
Barbarian - The melee master of the bunch, the Barbarian is back once again for those who want to get up close and personal. This class excels at hand to hand combat and brings back a number of familiar abilities like Fury, Leap, and Berzerk. Blizzard is also making this class the master of weapons, letting players equip any weapon they want and even equip 4 weapons at once. Players will have the option to switch weapons at any time, even in the middle of combat. Sorceress - Opposite of the Barbarian is the Sorceress, master of magic. She has access to spells like meteor strike, blizzard, and other spells that let her keep her distance from enemies. As the trailer shows, she can even transform into a ball of lightning and zip around the area damaging most enemies in the vicinity. Druid - The final revealed character is the Druid, a hybrid character that can cast spells and dish out melee damage. Like his Diablo 2 counterpart, the Druid can also transform into a Werebear or Werewolf and chain together other attacks. He also has access to Earth-based magic including summoning tornadoes or a huge rolling boulder.
Based on series history, fans should expect at least two more classes to be revealed before the game comes out and then additional classes after the initial launch.
To help players really put their personal spin on the character they choose, skill trees, rune words cheap Diablo 4 Gold, and ability levels are making a return.