It's been more skillfully disguised than when Diablo 3 was Diablo 4 Gold launched. Diablo 3, but it's the same boring grind. Purchase a battle pass and investing a lot of money in legendary crests isn't much help to get the best item drops won't be as exciting than just getting it.
I'm unsure if there is a way to separate the essence of what makes Diablo fun from the mechanics of free-to play revenue. If there such a thing, Blizzard and NetEase have not yet found it. They've developed a mobile version of Diablo game that's fast as well as enjoyable and very generous initially. However, if you've spent enough time playing, there's no way to deny that the core of the game has been cut to pieces, then chopped up and given back to you piecemeal.
Diablo Immortal isn't as good as a no-cost Diablo could be. It's true that the game will be raging at you at every turn with thousands of microtransactions, but they are all in inscrutable currencies. You'll need to work your way to win particularly if you opt not to invest money in the game. What you will get for doing it is a more flims replicating Diablo II's story.
And yet, for all its faults, I ultimately liked Diablo Immortal more than I hated it. It's still got all the aspects that make the series enjoyable, from its action-packed gameplay, through its nimble customization of characters as well as its incredible feeling of setting, as well as its constant stream of new and interesting loot. Actually, Diablo Immortal even has some interesting gameplay twists that I'd love to see Blizzard keeps in place to be used in Diablo IV.
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The control scheme here is slightly different depending the game's platform, desktop or mobile devices, however the fundamental concept remains the identical. You'll start a quest in the town, and then go into the wild, and tapping or clicking incessantly to fight enemies, occasionally trigger special abilities, or sipping an elixir of healing. The combat isn't that deep cheap Diablo IV Gold but it's fun and requires some tactical planning, particularly when you're confronted by the demon hordes and you must manage ability cooldowns and a limited inventory of potion.