On September 19, Blizzard revealed what end-game activities await players in Diablo IV. They will be able to test them in the closed beta, which should start as early as “in the near future”.
Players didn’t like the description of the endgame – they believe that Blizzard took the worst of Diablo 3 and finally took the franchise towards service games and MMOs, which the fans did not ask for.
In particular, the players were disappointed by the presence of daily tasks, since with them the game turns into work.
Players believe that end-game content like this is needed so that developers can control how people play, instead of letting them choose their own pace.
The discussion noted that this is not only a problem with Diablo IV. Fans of the franchise are only disappointed that Blizzard has taken the same path and deviated from the origins of the franchise.
In addition, some players have complained that Blizzard is going to encourage group play, thereby forcing those who like to play alone to do what they do not want.
The fact that Diablo IV will move towards a service game and MMO has been known for some time, but the details of the new franchise model are still being cleared up.