This list has the best changes that could make Diablo 4 great!
People who play video games already agree that Diablo 4 is a satisfying experience, full of all the things that make ARPGs fun and engrossing like they used to be. And that doesn’t mean the game is great.
Players have found a few problems with the game. Some of these problems are caused by missing old Diablo games or features found in other games in the same type or category. You should think about more than just the gameplay. You should also think about technical and even social aspects. These small changes could make Diablo 4 even better.
You can find many different kinds of materials in the wild that you can use to craft, level up, and make other changes. This seems like pointless work since you have to pay an NPC to make things for you anyway.
It looks like this puts Diablo 4 in a weird middle ground where characters can have jobs but pay an NPC to do the work. That might be too much like real life. Blizzard should either do this all the way through or not at all.
Drop The Fetch Quests
Is this World of Warcraft? You can’t say that Blizzard’s main MMO is perfect either. The fetch and collecting quests that players have to do are a running joke.
Why add things like this to Diablo 4? Aren’t we some kind of magical being on the lookout for angels and demons? If we wanted to get meat from quillbacks. We were going to return to the Barrens.
At first, having a few hundred thousand gold pieces is fun, but after a while, it feels like old-fashioned money that doesn’t have decimal points. It seems like a lot, but it’s not when you think about how much a character needs to spend on basic things in the game.
Instead of making the amounts impossible or just plain silly, take a couple of steps off the end or use silver or copper for smaller numbers.
Give Players Keyboard Support
In contrast to all the other games in the Diablo series, the most recent game does not allow WASD keys. It’s also strange because this has been a popular way to enter information for a long time in every other game.
This means PC users can’t move around the screen with the left mouse button, which is a pain because that button is also used to aim and use the character’s main attack.
Add One More Class
A lot of people have different thoughts on this, and some games in the series had as few as three classes. The only thing that most people liked about Diablo 3 is that the Demon Hunter Class is no longer there.
If the world is full of devils, how come there is no Paladin? They are the classic holy fighter. You should be praised for adding the Druid, but it seems like a taster for what’s still to come.
Fix The Camera
There are a lot of three-dimensional games that market the fact that the camera can move, which isometric games don’t have. Some of them have controls that let Breakout Game player move the camera around. For some reason, Diablo doesn’t have this.
There would be a lot less trouble with not being able to change the point of view if we could pull the camera back at least twice as far.
Fix The Servers
There was even a Server Slam weekend where the game’s developers put up a sign that said “Come at me.” That wasn’t supposed to be the time when everyone was waiting in line, was it?
It seemed to make a big difference at first, during Early Access, but as soon as everyone started paying, the computers locked up again.
More Enemies Is Not More Better
It is sometimes, but when you’re just going between towns in the middle of nowhere, having waves of enemies attack you isn’t fun. It’s fun to kill a lot of people at first, but there are times and places when it’s not appropriate.
Don’t use it in dungeons or important fights. It gets boring and even annoying to see the same enemies over and over in the same field.
Make The Bags Bigger
People always complain about not having enough inventory space in video games, especially RPGs where you have to find a lot of stuff in the wild.
That quickly fills up bags, even if there are separate areas for each type. We could also solve this problem by not dropping so much valuable trash. Everyone agrees that we need more room to store it.
Develop An Offline Version
Part of the reason is memories, but the Diablo series has almost always been offline. The most recent games are the only ones that have been online. All new live-action service games have shops where you can buy things with real money. Isn’t that what pushing Diablo 4 online is really about?
You should also think about people who have trouble connecting to the internet. It would be great if there was an offline version for them.