Diablo 4 Postpones Launch of Season 3 Features: Gauntlet and Leaderboards
Diablo 4 has decided to defer the introduction of the highly anticipated Gauntlet and leaderboards, originally scheduled for debut on February 13 as part of Season 3. Despite the setback, the delay emphasizes Blizzard’s commitment to refining and enhancing the player experience within the game.
Since the inception of the season system, Diablo 4 has undergone significant evolution. Season 1 faced criticism for class nerfs and gameplay downgrades, prompting substantial adjustments in Season 2. Blizzard addressed concerns by introducing noteworthy changes to mounts, Nightmare Dungeons, and more, ultimately improving the overall pace and enjoyment of the game. With the advent of Season 3, players were eagerly anticipating new elements such as the Gauntlet and leaderboards.
However, in a Twitter announcement, Diablo General Manager Rod Fergusson conveyed that the development team had opted to “polish things up a bit more,” resulting in the postponement of the Gauntlet and leaderboards. While the revised release date remains unknown, Fergusson assured the community that additional details and a new launch date would be disclosed soon.
Designed to cater to competitive players, the Gauntlet presents a dungeon accessible after reaching World Tier 4, independent of reaching level 100. This challenging dungeon features a unique layout, monsters, and affixes that change weekly. Players will strive to accumulate Proofs of Might from monsters and chests, maximizing their score to earn seals. The top 1000 scorers will secure a spot on the Diablo 4 leaderboard, divided into various brackets. Qualification for the leaderboard is open to everyone, with players able to participate solo or in parties of up to four players, employing any of the Diablo 4 classes.
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