Diablo 4’s game director has confirmed that the main campaign is around 35 hours long.
Blizzard treated us to a sneak peek at Diablo 4 during this year’s Xbox and Bethesda Summer Game Fest showcase, with a trailer showing off the action-RPG running on next-gen hardware and sporting a considerably darker tone. The game is set to release for PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X in 2023, and next-gen consoles aren’t being overlooked with PS4 and Xbox One versions also on the way. After the event, GameSpot (opens in a new tab) spoke with game director Joe Shely, who shared more details about Diablo 4, including confirming the campaign length and level cap.
Shely revealed that Diablo 4 will take around 35 hours to complete. Crafting the campaign, he describes it as an experience “bursting with story and characters that are really human and that you can really connect with on an emotional level. We’ve worked really hard on the Diablo 4 campaign, and we’re really proud of how it’s developing.” “, Add.
Naturally, there is much more to do off the beaten track; as Rod Fergusson, general manager of the Diablo franchise, explains, “The story is not linear, so you can choose how to play it out. You’re in a shared open world, you can choose to go exploring instead of doing the story if you want. You can go anywhere you want within the Sanctuary and go to the dungeons or go do other things and face a world boss or go to local events, so you have options there.”
Shely estimates that players will be around level 45 by the end of the campaign, but your character can go up to level 100. And the team is implementing many punishing activities to test your skills, including Nightmare Dungeons and the Tree of Whispers. , which offers “frequent cycling world goals and rewards that provide legendary gear rewards, experience, crafting materials, and more.”
Xbox and Bethesda put on an impressive show at Summer Game Fest 2022, with surprise announcements like a new Hideo Kojima game and the Persona series coming to Xbox. Finally, we also got an in-depth look at Starfield, which will let you build your own spaceship to explore its incredibly large universe consisting of 100 star systems and over 1,000 planets.
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