Developers for Diablo 4 have pledged a season pass and are able to purchase cosmetics that do not affect gameplay

Developers for Diablo 4 have pledged a season pass and are able to purchase cosmetics that do not af ...

Diablo IV might have been postponed once or twice, but weve learned a lot from it during the long wait. The latest quarterly update should be a boon for those who complained about the alleged pay-to-win structure in Diablo Immortals.

According to associate game director Joe Piepiora, August's Diablo IV quarterly update post discusses the game's intention of having a seasonal reset structure like its predecessor.

The season pass will have two levels: a free of charge level for players to pursue, and a premium level that requires a buy-in but rewards more players. That last one may raise some eyebrows, but Blizzard addresses it in the post.

The addition of season boosts to pass purchases will not give players with big pockets a shortcut, according to Clark. Also, players will have to earn level milestones to use them. Cosmetics and currency are the only things that will pop automatically.

After the Diablo Immortal controversy, there is no need for Diablo IV to be officially released. Although recently discovered beta files have led some to believe it might still be released in 2022. It's expected to be available on PC, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X/S, and Xbox One with crossplay support.