Diablo IV’s Endgame Looks Expansive (And a Bit Confusing)

Diablo IV’s dungeons are going to be a player’s nightmare once they complete the campaign. In a new video released by the developers, the game’s endgame progression is outlined. It’s filled with all sorts of bewildering things like paragon systems, world tiers, nightmare dungeons and more.

As players level up their characters via a bog-standard skill tree, they will understand that once they have hit the max level, completed the campaign and completed the capstone dungeon, they will get access to an expanded skill board that reminds us of Final Fantasy X’s sphere grid. The board is rotatable, with various orientations geared towards specific skills and stats. It looks intimidating to newbies if we look at the video, but we hope it’s not as complicated as it appears.

There’s a lot to look forward to in Diablo IV’s endgame. Let’s have a look at some of the exciting features!

Nightmare Dungeons

One of the most exciting features of Diablo IV’s endgame are the nightmare dungeons. Once players complete a given dungeon, they can upgrade it into a harder, nastier version filled with buffed up enemies and higher quality of loot. Almost like the Mythic+ dungeons in World of Warcraft, they grant special properties to bosses and regular mobs, like having them explode when they die. Nightmare dungeons are further customizable by affixes, making them even more challenging.

Fields of Hatred

The PvP community is also taken into account, and Diablo IV has much in store for PvP enthusiasts. In the Fields of Hatred, players will collect Shards from bosses that will have to be purified in order to buy special cosmetic rewards. However, attempting to purify Shards alerts other players who may want to gank you for your Shards.

Diablo IV’s endgame progression is vast and tries to ensure that players won’t find endgame boring. There’s a lot to do and many ways to make their characters even more powerful.

The game’s expansion from the previous Diablo iteration is obvious and exciting, and the June 6th launch can’t come soon enough for players eager to delve in!


According to https://www.theverge.com/2023/4/5/23671074/diablo-4-endgame-level-cap-nightmare-dungeons

The material in this article is written on the basis of another article.

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