Diablo 4 comes hard, and it might just be the most brutal and unforgiving combat the series has seen since Diablo 2, which can be difficult if you're a Barbarian who just wants to bash things with your arsenal of weapons.
Talent builds did not exist in the days of the original Diablo; you were a Warrior, Rogue, or Sorceror, and had little gameplay customization beyond that.
While Diablo 4 is the game we've all been waiting for since its announcement at BlizzCon 2019, it's fair to say that Diablo 2 is the game that truly put the Diablo franchise on the map.
My various Warriors absolutely want the Barbarian's Arsenal system from the Diablo 4 beta I played at BlizzCon 2019.
In Diablo 4, you can respec your character’s skills and abilities as much as you like, but it won’t be free
In the December 2020 Quarterly Update for Diablo 4, we found out that the Skill Tree for the game has essentially been locked in as a system -- as Game Director Luis Barriga put it in the post, the general consensus is that the Skill Tree is headed in a solid direction and now it's time to iterate on and improve it.
If you log in to play your Enhancement Shaman today, you have dead abilities on your bar.