Diablo 4 is bringing back Diablo 3’s Paragon system, but with some major changes

In September 2020, Blizzard said it was taking its time with Diablo 4’s endgame system to ensure it offers “more depth and replayability” than the Paragon system of Diablo 3. In today’s year-end update, we got our first proper look at how it will all work: It’s still called Paragon in Diablo 4, but it’s quite a bit different from its predecessor.

Once players hit level 50 in Diablo 4 they’ll gain access to the Paragon Board, which uses digital tiles to enable very specific power boosts and character customization. The process begins at the center of the board and radiates outward across normal, magic, rare, and legendary tiles. Each one earned will give your character a boost of some sort, from the very basic to the extremely powerful. Some tiles are sockets for glyphs found throughout the game that confer different benefits when inserted into the board. Glyphs can also be leveled up, enabling them to become even more powerful.

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Diablo 4 Paragon Board

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Diablo 4 Paragon Board

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Diablo 4 Paragon Board

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