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Diablo 4 Players say Diablo 3 Endgame Grind Was Better



Diablo 4 Players say Diablo 3 Endgame Grind Was Better

Hey there! So, you’re interested in Diablo 4, right? Well, it’s been a month since Diablo 4 was released, and players are now diving into the endgame phase, which many consider the main course after the storyline appetizer.

But here’s the thing – not everyone is thrilled about the endgame grind in Diablo 4. A gamer on Reddit recently shared that he found the endgame in Diablo 4 less satisfying and more tedious than in Diablo 3. He wondered if it was just he getting older or if there was something off about the game itself.

He wrote, “I used to love dungeon crawling and loot hunting in D3, but I’m not sure if it’s the D4 formula or just me aging, but I find grinding levels and dungeons really boring. The overall experience feels very monotonous after the first few hours, and the thought of having to do it all over again in a new season is disheartening. I didn’t feel this way in D3, I was hooked on the grind, or maybe it’s just the color palette and overall pace of D4 that makes me play it almost sleepily. Anyone else in their thirties feeling this?”

d3 players

Turns out, He wasn’t alone. Other players chimed in, agreeing that the endgame in Diablo 4 felt poorly thought out. One commenter pointed out that the issue wasn’t with the player but with the dungeons and nightmare dungeons. They felt that these aspects of the game were the most boring and yet were made the core of the game. They also mentioned that despite having other players around, D4 felt lonely.

This player also highlighted that the endgame in Diablo 3, despite its flaws, was simply better. They noted that most dungeons had enough enemies to satisfy the need for mob destruction, the layout was more varied, there was “more to do” in D3, the bosses were more interesting, and the enemies were more diverse.

Another player came up and said:

It’s not you, it is the dungeons and nightmare dungeons. To make matters worse, they have doubled down on the most boring thing in the game, NM dungeons, to be the core of the game (even doubling the mob density will still feel empty). The PVP zone almost has enough density to feel good. I’m not going to even get into how lonely D4 feels, despite seeing other players around.

D3’s rifts and greater rifts were better in part due to:

Diablo 3 players

This post has garnered over 10,000 upvotes, and even those who enjoy Diablo 4’s endgame agree that Diablo 3 offered more variety. Now, all eyes are on Blizzard to see what variety they will bring to future seasons. After all, Diablo 4 is meant to be a long-lived game and might still win over bored players.

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