Fergusson: Yeah. It's true that not everyone is aware of the concept of an ending. I think they're familiar with new games, with almost beginning over is stronger however the idea of the endgame is more about what happens after the story is finished. Do they have a game in the game? We're very proud of in Diablo 4.
D3. when it was released 10 years ago, didn't include an ending. When you finish the story, you're done there. There was no incentive to keep playing to become more powerful and to new adventures. With D4. we've put a lot of effort into having a finished game in the beginning.
Shely: I think what you said is really important. It's great fun to build your character and learn about all the powerful designs. Also, we believe it's really important to have content that you can test your skills against. We've tried hard to broaden the range of tasks. And as Rod stated, the game's end is when you finish the campaign, it could be that you're at level 45 or so.
Your character level goes up to around 100 Paragon points. In addition, you can access whispers, access to Nightmare dungeons, other endgame things that we're currently working on. We really wanted you to enjoy a range of activities to choose from. You've got world tiers that are giving you the chance to upgrade the keep.
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