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Diablo 4 Necromancer gameplay preview showcases new ways to explode corpses or shower enemies in blood
The Necromancer in Diablo 4 has been outlined in one of the Diablo 4 Quarterly Updates, which we talked about somewhat briefly in the overall roundup post for D4's classes.
Thanks to a deluge of news, we officially have the fifth and final Diablo 4 class revealed — but that's just at launch.
Which classes are in Diablo 4? With the introduction of the Necromancer, we now know all of the game’s five classes
When Diablo 4 was announced, we only knew about three classes: Sorceress, Druid, and Barbarian.
We once thought we would be playing Diablo 4 by 2022.
Blizzard has announced Diablo 4's fifth class: the fan-favorite Necromancer.
Though it's still in development, the Paragon system in Diablo 4 will add a new way to approach character customization to the game with the Paragon Board. It builds on Diablo 3's Paragon system, where you start earning Paragon points at max level which you can spend to get a fixed bonus to certain abilities, giving you a way to keep progressing.
One thing is clear -- a shared stash is crucial for a Diablo game, and Diablo 4 needs to have one.
One thing the Diablo series has always been hit or miss on is story -- there are some amazing moments in all three of the current games, but some real clunkers too, and I'm still mad that Leah just gets her body stolen and presumably her soul sent to the Burning Hells and we never do anything to help her or even find out for sure if there's anything left of her.
If I were making my dream Diablo game, I know it would bring back the original trio of classes from the original Diablo and update them for a modern audience -- since Diablo 4 has both the Rogue and the Sorceress, it essentially has two of the three, although in the original game it was the Sorcerer, the Sorceress having been added in D2.
Diablo 3 is one of the best games ever made.