The big change from previous Diablo entries is that this version of the Barbarian class will have access to an Arsenal System D2R Items. This grants the Barbarian four separate weapon slots, allowing the player to equip two-handed and one-handed weapons in the same build. It seems as though Diablo 4's Barbarian might may be the toughest the franchise has seen thus far.
A mage who's at one with nature, Diablo 4's Druid class is able to temporarily turn themselves into a variety of vicious beasts at the drop of a hat. Both the Druid's Basic skills and their Spirit skills will allow them to turn into a werewolf or a werebear and unleash a powerful attack, such as Pulverize or Maul. On top of that, the Druid class is constantly followed by two wolf companions, both of which aid the party in battle. The Druid also has a range of elemental attacks at their disposal, such as Earthspike, Storm Strike, and Tornado.
Blizzard's action RPG dungeon crawler series Diablo has been going strong since its initial launch in 1997. Since then, there have been three mainline installments in addition to plenty of other content around them as well, but now fans are excited for the next entry.
Players have been waiting for Diablo 4 for a long time, and they haven't had a mainline entry in the series since 2012. There was disappointment among gamers when a much-anticipated announcement at BlizzCon in 2018 turned out to be for the free-to-play MMO Diablo Immortal and not Diablo 4, but now that the next installment is on the way buy D2R ladder items, it seems like gamers have a lot to look forward to.