Diablo 4 Players Won’t Need to Hit Level 100 to Play Season 1

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Diablo 4 Players Won’t Need to Hit Level 100 to Play Season 1

Diablo 4 Season 1 will begin in a few days, but not all the necessary information has yet been provided on how this season and the various season passes will work. For this reason, the development team wanted to reassure all players that a large expenditure of hours of play is not necessary to obtain all the rewards that are planned for this season.

Diablo 4 players don't need to hit level 100 with their characters

In a recent interview with Forbes, game director Joe Shely and general manager Rod Fergusson clarified some things about this Diablo 4 Season 1. Many, in recent days, were wondering if it was necessary to reach rank 100 of the rewards bring your character to level 100, but, fortunately, that's not the case. Here is what the game director himself said:

“We want to make sure that users who play at different intensities can still complete the Battle Pass. Even if you only play for a few hours a week, if you do the challenges you should be able to complete the full Battle Pass by the end of the season of 12 weeks”.

But the news didn't end there. During the course of the interview, it was also announced that the Diablo 4 Battle Pass will also allow you to obtain silver, which is the game's premium currency. However, it should be noted that the amount of Silver received will not be enough to buy the next season's Battle Pass, as is the case for games like Fortnite.

For those who still don't have completely clear ideas, Diablo 4 Season 1 will allow us to play an original and separate story from that of the main campaign and we will therefore be called to face new threats that lurk around every corner of Sanctuary. Among the most important innovations are the Malignant Hearts that will allow players to experiment more with their builds, but there are also new items, a new boss to face and much more.

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Diablo 4 Players Won’t Need to Hit Level 100 to Play Season 1
Diana D'Estefano
Diana has been a huge fan of video games since she was a child. She started her "career" with Nintendo and then moved on to other platforms as well. Although she is a big fan of horror games, she plays almost all genres fearlessly. She writes news, reviews, guides, and features about both AAA and indie games.