Diablo 3 had many minor issues that culminated into a vastly different game than Diablo 2 was, not to mention its more colorful art style Diablo 4 Gold. While Diablo 3 is by no means a weak game on the whole, for a Diablo game for many fans it falls short of the goalpost. Diablo 3 can be considered an Arcade RPG as it is more focused on the gameplay, though with a lack of the RPG substance that the series is known for. According to the Diablo 4 quarterly blog updates, fans should be excited for Diablo 4 as it looks to improve upon what Diablo 3 introduced while also keeping in line with what made Diablo 2 so cherished by fans.

Diablo 4 is in development, with PC, PS4, and Xbox One as confirmed platforms.

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Diablo 4: Demon Hunter Fans Could Still Get the Best of Both Worlds

With Diablo 2: Resurrected and Diablo 4 on the horizon, fans of the franchise have a lot to look forward to. While Diablo 2 has often been championed as the best of the best, there's no doubt Diablo 3 had its merits too, and for many players, one of those was the Demon Hunter class. Filling the niche of the Dex-based class, the cool design, gameplay, and more made it immediately stand out as Diablo 3's "wildcard" class. It was something mostly unique, as the Barbarian and Wizard were classics, the Witch Doctor was the Necromancer's follow-up cheap Diablo IV Gold, and the Monk appeared in Diablo 1's Hellfire expansion.