The highly anticipated release of Diablo IV has garnered a lot of excitement amongst fans. However, the beta version of the game had some mixed reviews, with one new class, the Druid, leaving some players underwhelmed. Despite this, Blizzard North has made some considerable improvements to the class since the beta, making it worthy of a second chance.

Many beta users complained that the Druid was weaker than the other classes available, which made the game excessively challenging, and some players even struggled to pass early game content, let alone some of the more powerful enemies. However, Blizzard has taken players’ feedback on board and made numerous adjustments to improve the class, including increasing companion skills’ damage and reducing the cooldown time for all ultimate skills. This ensures that the Druid now packs a mighty punch and can easily navigate the world of Diablo IV.

The Druid also has access to passive abilities in the form of Spirit Animals, unlocking at level 5. However, players couldn’t access these abilities during the beta version as they were in a locked area called Scosglen. This feature has the potential to make the Druid a true powerhouse in the game once it becomes accessible and can provide significant buffs to players depending on their bonded animal.

Gamers should not write off the Druid class based solely on its performance in the beta. Blizzard North has made improvements to the class’s abilities, and access to core aspects of the class were also not available in the beta. So here’s to giving the Druid a second chance and seeing the excellent gameplay that Blizzard North has in store for us in Diablo IV.

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