Blizzard Entertainment has revealed a lot about Diablo 4 ahead of its release in June. Associate game director Joseph Piepiora clarified that reaching level 100 will take +150 hours for “average player experience.”
Whether this refers to someone experiencing all of the content without rushing is unknown. Piepiora previously said that it would take him “about 80 hours” to complete the season battle pass and that reaching level 100 “might take a little longer” depending on “how you play.” Nearly double the playing time certainly doesn’t sound like a bit more.
In any case, if this is the final number, even those with no interest in future updates can expect a meaty experience at launch.
Diablo 4 is out on June 6 for Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, PS5, and PC. Also, the official PC requirements have been revealed.