Next, come up with reasons why animals are not appreciated by gamers.
Thus, the two test phases of Diablo IV have ended, with a lot of positive impressions left for the gamers. Of the five existing class of characters, the Druid seems to be the most cold-hearted. Next, come up with the reasons why the animal is not appreciated by gamers.
If the Necromancer or Sorcerer were rated as the strongest in the beta, the Barbarian and especially the Druid were criticized by many. Both weapons are mainly near-strike character classes. Despite being depicted as a bull and enduring, the Druid is actually very easy to lay down (at least in the first 25 levels as the beta). Even Rogue had a better chance of surviving than the Druid.
Most Druid builds in the beta are aimed at near-warfare, which means that unless the player is extremely diligent, they will suffer a lot of damage from the opponent. This is also true of the Barbarian and that is the main problem associated with the poor performance of the near-war classes in the beta.
Another point to mention is that the Druid’s Spirit Boons skills were very limited because they did not reach sufficient levels. At level 25, you are almost unable to reach the most subtle things of this character class. Druids have three Spirit skills and they are now limited to beta.
- Pulverize: Turn into a wolf and hit the ground, causing damage to the enemy around.
- Landslide: Create three ground pillars, crushing the enemy inside.
- Tornado: Create a moving tornado to attack enemies
It is possible that at higher levels, the near-war classes such as the Druids and the Barbarians will advance with full armament and a large amount of blood. However, before you get that, you will have to go through a tough first stage of the game. New players are advised to avoid near-fighting classes if they don’t want to “run” too much in the early levels.