Diablo IV will be a 35-hour experience, says Blizzard

Diablo IV will be a 35-hour experience, says Blizzard
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Diablo IV will take approximately thirty-five hours to complete, if you stick to the main story, according to the game’s developer.

In an interview with Gamespot, the game’s director, Joe Shely, said:

“You’re able to travel anywhere in the world, make decisions about what you want to do, whether you want to pursue the campaign, which is a 35-hour experience that is just brimming with story and characters that are really human and you can really connect with on an emotional level. We’ve worked really hard on the campaign in Diablo 4 and we’re really proud of how it’s developing.”

Shely says that, by the time players finish the campaign, they will be around level forty-five. Of course, there is an inordinate amount of stuff to do after you finish the campaign. The level cap is one hundred, and the endgame will feature Nightmare Dungeons. These are likely as charming and chilled out as they sound.

In other recent Diablo news, the new Necromancer class was shown off during the Xbox and Bethesda Showcase. On top of that, we now know that the game will be out in under twelve months, because everything Microsoft showed apparently will be.

Diablo IV is coming to PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, and PC in 2023.