The Diablo IV Datamine May Be Detailed in the Game’s First Expansion

A recent datamine reveals that Blizzard could be cooking up some tasty DLC for its action RPG Diablo 4including new classes, regions, and villains.

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According to the Russian YouTuber YbuBaKa (through VG247), someone has uploaded a technical alpha build of the Diablo 4 version 2.0 to a private test branch, a siled server of sorts that allows Blizzard to test new and future features for the game. However, this 2.0 build has been datamined and leaked by people who have access to it, and the details that have been made public are pretty good.

The test build seems to be connected to the first paid DLC, which is now known as Lord of Hatred. The Lord of Hatred is Lilith’s villainous father Mephistoone of the Prime Evils found in Diablo 4The four secret endings. The leaks suggest that this horned demon will be the main villain of the expansion.


If the leaks are to be believed, then there will also be a new class and region coming to the game. According to YbuBaKa, when the Lord of Hatred DLC drops it will bring a new class called the Spiritborn, a nature-based warrior who crushes enemies with a glaive. Based on the description, it looks like a hybrid Barbarian-Druid, which can be a strong combo. As far as the rumored new region is concerned, say Diablo 2Kurast’s location can return, and is roughly the same size as Diablo 4in existing areas.

The Lord of Hatred DLC is also rumored to have a Mercenary system that allows you to hire and level up companions. In addition, the game can get its first attack, Tomb of Akarat, with five wings to fight. MMO champion THERE other details about the datamineincluding the supposed name of Diablo 4(Dreamscape’s) third season, an increase in stash size, and more.

Kotaku Blizzard reached out for comment.

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Take this information with a grain of salt, as these are leaks and rumors at the moment. YbuBaKa uploads videos in Russian, so it’s not clear if they actually leaked the information before. And as we know Blizzard plans to release a new expansion for the game every year, none of these details have been confirmed by the company. BlizzCon starts on November 3, so we’ll probably hear more about everything.

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