Action RPG fans have been eagerly waiting for the premiere of Season 3 of Diablo IV, known as the Season of the Automata. This new season promised to bring a new dungeon, a companion, experience improvements, and the much-anticipated Leaderboards. However, there has been a change of plans as the release of Leaderboards has been postponed until further notice.
Diablo IV’s general director, Rod Fergusson, announced this delay through his personal Twitter account. He mentioned that while Season 3 is still on track, they have decided to take more time to polish some aspects, which is why Leaderboards will not be released on February 13 as previously mentioned. Fergusson assured the community that more details and the new release date will be shared soon.
The community’s reactions to this delay have been mixed. Many fans expressed their disappointment and frustration with this decision, especially since Leaderboards were initially promoted as a significant addition to Season 3. Content creators specializing in the Diablo saga also voiced their disappointment, stating that the delay has dampened the excitement for the new season.
However, not everyone is upset about the delay. Some players believe that the extra time will allow them to level up and equip themselves adequately for the new content. They also argue that most players do not reach the highest level in such a short time after the start of the season, so a few extra days will not significantly impact their overall strategy.
Regardless of the divided opinions, there is no denying that Blizzard’s decision to postpone the release of Leaderboards has sparked a debate within the Diablo IV community.
In the midst of these developments, fans are eagerly awaiting more information and updates about Season 3 and the eventual release of Leaderboards. It remains to be seen how this delay will impact the overall experience for players and whether Blizzard’s decision will ultimately be beneficial for the game.