Diablo 4 was announced back at BlizzCon 2019, but since then, details have been pretty thin on the ground for the hotly-anticipated sequel. Over the past few months, Blizzard has revealed bits and pieces of the game’s design, and now, a blog post from the developer shows off some of the major changes to the game’s itemization system, which is arguably the core of the Diablo experience.
According to the blog post, perhaps the biggest change coming to the itemization system is the removal of Mythic tier loot. Instead, they’ll be replaced with Uniques, items that always appear with the same “affixes,” Diablo’s term for the properties and bonuses found on items in the game.
In Diablo 4, Magic (blue) items will be able to have the most powerful regular affixes. Rare (yellow) items will be able to have up to five, while Legendary (orange) items will have four regular affixes and one “legendary” affix that is rolled at random. That legendary affix will be rolled at random, which is a major change for the series.
Continue Reading at GameSpot
Source: Game Spot Mashup