Despite recent changes, leveling in Diablo 4 remains slow — and with only a month to go in Diablo 4 Season 1, a lot of us are still a long way from max level.
I've fallen back into World of Warcraft Classic thanks to the announcement of Hardcore realms coming on August 24, but instead of rolling a character on the PTR to give Hardcore a try, I decided to roll another Night Elf Druid and start from scratch.
Honestly, my upward progress in Diablo 4 has hit a stretch I'd describe as “excruciating,” except that I feel that's not really strong enough.
Diablo fans, you may be wondering how long it will take you to get to max level in Diablo 4.
The Shadowlands redesign of Heirloom gear, which removed XP bonuses, has made Heirlooms a lot less apealing.
If you missed the Winds of Wisdom buff, don’t worry because XP costs per level just got nerfed into the ground
If you didn't manage to get all your alts leveled to 60 in World of Warcraft over the past few weeks when the Winds of Wisdom buff made it faster than ever to level, don't worry.
The stars have aligned this week, with a confluence of experience boosts that can help your WoW characters zoom to max level with up to 300% bonus XP.
If you're bored of farming the same bosses over and over Diablo 2 Resurrected, you'll probably want to try out Terror Zones, which offer a new way to level to 99 in patch 2.5 — now live.
Warcraft Arclight Rumble is still in beta, but the limited glimpse we've seen has given us a taste of how leveling works.
In a recent interview, Ion Hazzikostas -- World of Warcraft's Game Director -- talked about how to solve the eventual leveling squish problem caused by adding levels with every expansion.