The impending arrival of Diablo 4 brings with it a constant stream of questions from the ever-curious player base. This includes inquiries regarding the developers content addition strategy and whether or not the game is going to be seasonal.
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As always, we’re here to answer this question for you so you won’t have to worry any longer ahead of its release. Here’s what we know about the possibility of expansions in Diablo 4.
Will Diablo 4 be Seasonal?
Yes, Diablo 4 will be a seasonal title as evidenced by the Seasonal Battle Pass that’s available with its Deluxe and Ultimate Editions. However, it’s currently unclear when the expansions are going to be released since the full game is yet to be launched.
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With this in mind, we should expect more content to arrive with each new DLC that’s introduced by Blizzard. This would also most likely mean new raids, dungeons, and enemies to take on either solo or with your friends.
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Many fans are also speculating that future expansions will similarly contain new playable classes, such as the Paladin. Since there will only be five available classes during the game’s launch, it would come as a definite surprise if the developers were to stick with that number for the remainder of the game’s lifespan.
Fresh cosmetics, outfits, and accessories will also be consistently introduced through the aforementioned Seasonal Battle Pass. If you plan on playing the game for a long time, then we’d recommend purchasing the slightly more expensive Ultimate Edition since it contains 20 BP tier skips. This will allow you to quickly acquire content rather than merely grinding for it. Otherwise, you can also opt for the Deluxe Edition instead for a cheaper, albeit less advanced Battle Pass.
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