Diablo 4 received countless compliments right after its launch, but soon after it was forced to neft the Necromancer’s power because it was so “heavy” that the player crashed the game immediately.
Diablo 4 was forced to neft because the Necromancer was too powerful
Diablo 4 received countless compliments right after launch but was soon forced to neft the Necromancer’s power because it was too “heavy” causing the player to crash the game immediately.
Capital is very famous for balancing the power between character classes and until now, Blizzard still receives countless compliments after the release of Diablo 4.
Accordingly, all 5 classes in the game possess the power as well as the explosive ability as well as the skills appropriate for each stage of the game. Worth mentioning, there seems to be no character class that really stands out.
Recently, however, Necromancer suddenly emerged as a strong prominent name in Diablo 4 when possessing the hegemonic ability, both able to destroy monsters and even cause players to crash the game immediately.
Specifically, the skill mentioned here is the Necromancer’s Blood Lance. At first, this skill was not too prominent when it could only help the Necromancer launch a spear at the opponent.
However, in some upgrade options, Blood Lance can possess a high and repeated clone probability – something Blizzard thinks will improve the crowd-cleaning ability for the character class.
In ideal conditions, this may be true, but then perhaps the publisher himself cannot doubt that in some cases, the number of Blood Lances fired is too much, freezing and bouncing continuously, making the game difficult to play. Play lag, jerky. The player even crashed, crashing the game immediately.
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Immediately after grasping this situation, Blizzard quickly released a fix version for this skill.
Currently, Blood Lance can only penetrate up to 10 monsters, and its auxiliary can only create 3 new spears.
Basically, this can only be considered a situational and temporary solution so that gamers can experience the smoothest without changing the power of the Necromancer too much.
In the long run, this skill will certainly be changed, as confirmed by Adam Fletcher – community director of the Diablo 4 project.
It’s unclear what effect the Blood Lance remake will have, but it will probably have to wait until the Season 1 update, or a few weeks later, for Necromancer fans to have a clear answer.
Currently, the Necromancer has been reduced in strength and can no longer crash the game of Diablo 4 players like before.
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