The friends and family beta for Diablo 4 seems to have been compromised.
Photos and a video from a beta version of Diablo IV offer fans their first glimpse at character creation and difficulty levels.
According to the screenshots, players will have a vast selection of options to choose from when it comes to customizing their avatars,
Including not just different body types and faces, but also different hairstyles, accessories, and even tattoos (or possibly the Druid).
In addition to making “hardcore” (permadeath) or “seasonal ladder” characters, users may acquire “more or less” instructional help and create their character’s look.
It seems that there will be two difficulty levels available at the beginning of Diablo IV, and they are Adventurer and Veteran.
Diablo should be played by newcomers on the Adventurer difficulty setting, which has adversaries that are easier to defeat and less valuable treasure.
We propose the Veteran tier to dedicated clients who “want a challenge.” Veteran offers higher XP and better treasure.
Diablo has rising difficulty levels. Unlocking the next difficulty level in a game involves completing each level with a single character (Normal, Nightmare, or Hell).
The five primary difficulty levels in Diablo III are Normal, Hard, Master, and Torment. The most difficult of them,
Torment, is further broken down into a total of sixteen distinct tiers of difficulty. It is reasonable to presume, in light of the previous entries in the series,
That Diablo IV will have extra difficulty levels for players to choose from as they near the conclusion of their adventure.