Diablo 4 is expected to have 10 character slots. This is the same number that Diablo 3 launched with.
Classes benefit from the four attribute types different. There's multiple ways to increase attribute points.
Real-time cutscenes will feature your unique character's look inside Blizzard's famous cinematics.
There's at least three World Tier difficulties, each offering progressively harder gameplay.
While Diablo 4 has tons of new features, it won't have everything, like fishing and player housing.
The max character level in Diablo 4 is 100. Players invest in skills from 0-50, and the Paragon Board from 51-100.
Challenges are the equivalent to Achievements from Diablo 3. Players get a unique title for each Challenge.
In addition to a "top players" list, Diablo 4 will feature a multitude of fun and challenging leaderboards.
A system to benefit players for thoroughly exploring a region. Benefits include skill points.
The Season Journey gives players new objectives each Season, and rewards them based on level of completion.
Titles are rewards for completing Challenges. They have a prefix and suffix, for creating combinations.
Any Armor piece can be dyed. Fabric, leather, and metal materials all react differently under lighting conditions.
Characters can be customized more than ever, with different body sizes, eyes, hair, tattoos, and scars.
Transmog allows players to alter an item's look, but keep its stats the same. Salvaging unlocks transmog.
Players can customize the look of items using transmog and pigment dyes in the Wardrobe feature.
Detailed & customized characters
Blizzard said that one of its goals with Diablo 4 was to allow each player to create and play the fantasy character that they've always dreamed of, whether that's a big-boned Barbarian with tattoos or a slim-form Necromancer with multiple scars. Diablo 4's character models are extremely detailed, and they'll not only be used in the game, but also in real-time cutscenes. Players can also better track their character's progress, with systems like Challenges (i.e., achievements) and Leaderbards.