During the live broadcast dedicated to Diablo 4 It was broadcast last week, the development team suggested to all players who are struggling to find new incentives to play once they have reached their limit. Take a break and play something elsethen Return when a new season is released and accompanying unpublished content.
“when You have achieved all goals And you’ve done the things that are important to you, and you want to take time off to play something else for a while, and that’s fine,” says Diablo 4 co-director Joe Piepiora.
“We do the same. But when the season arrives and there are new things to discover, it’s a great time to go back, especially if you had fun playing it before, that’s when you should go back and check out Diablo 4.”
“I’ll be honest, when the next WoW expansion comes out [World of Warcraft]“There’s a chance I’ll be playing World of Warcraft for a while,” added lead game producer Tim Ismay. But it’s nice to know there’s a point where I can go back to Diablo 4 and everyone’s on an equal footing.”
Piepiora and colleagues’ suggestion is flawless and is probably the same as any gamer dedicated to long-running direct service titles would. After all, a period of fatigue can come sooner or later and in these cases the best thing is to take a break, perhaps alternating with other games in the meantime, and then come back as soon as the urge returns or there are new stimulating contents to try. .
However, we’re glad this advice came from the developers, who on the contrary would be interested in keeping users glued to their game for as long as possible.
The first season of Diablo 4 is about to begin
In short, if Diablo 4 becomes a bit boring after hundreds of hours of gameplay, you can also take a break and “catch your breath” while you wait for Mummies season, which will start on July 20, 2023.
Awaiting players will be a new story that is not related to the main story, new enemies, a new boss and a new mechanic for Vile Hearts, which has all the potential to “create stupidly broken designs,” according to Blizzard.
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