With some concern, a few days ago we told you that Blizzard was looking for personnel for what would be the development of a store within Diablo 4, a title that introduced a new class, the necromancer, and various playable aspects during its presentation at Xbox & Bethesda showcase.
The fear of indiscriminate monetization is not unfounded, just look at what is happening right now with Diablo Immortal or the scandal that the Diablo 3 auction store represented, which ended up being closed forever after several months. However, when it comes to the use of micropayments, it seems that the new edition of Diablo plans to behave well with its players.
Diablo 4 moves away from the micropayment controversy
D4 is coming out as a full price game built strictly for PC/console audiences. The game is huge & there will be tons of content after launch for all players. Paid content is built around optional cosmetic items & eventually full expansions. We will be sharing more info soon!
— Adam Fletcher 💙 (@PezRadar) June 12, 2022
In a Twitter thread where the well-known streamer Gothalion was enthusiastic about the idea that the fourth installment of Diablo did not have this type of practice, Adam Fletcher, community lead Blizzard clarified the following:
“Diablo 4 will arrive at the price of AAA and is intended for a PC and console audience. The game is huge and will have a ton of post-launch content. As for paid content, this will be limited to cosmetic items and eventually full expansions.”
The game arrives in 2023 for Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Nintendo Switch, PC, PS4 and PS5.
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