Diablo 4 will bring back the Paragon system of Diablo 3, but with some major changes

In September 2020, Blizzard stated that it is taking time to use the Diablo 4 endgame system to ensure that it provides “more depth and replayability” than the Diablo 3 Paragon system. Year-end update, We understood correctly how it works for the first time: it is still called Paragon in Diablo 4, but it is very different from its predecessor.

Once players reach level 50 in Diablo 4, they can access the Paragon Board, which uses digital tiles to achieve very specific power boosts and character customization. This process starts from the center of the board, and then radiates out the common, magic, rare and legendary plates. Every point you get will give your character some kind of improvement, from very basic to very powerful. Some tiles are glyph slots found throughout the game, and inserting them on the board will bring different benefits. Glyphs can also be upgraded to make them more powerful.

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