Diablo 4 is confirmed to have a total of five regions with each of them coming with its own flavour and different monsters to slay. Here's all of them revealed.
Diablo 4 will have a total of five regions (or zones) on launch. Each region will feature a different biome and environment for players to explore. Expectedly, each region will also feature its unique enemy types as we've seen in previous Diablo games.
Blizzard confirmed that players will get to travel across snowy mountains all the way to harsh desert zones, infested with snakes and scorpions. The developer also promises besieged towns, corrupted dungeons and much more of what we usually expect from a Diablo game.
Diablo 4 regions are Kehjistan, Scosglen, Fractured Peaks, The Dry Steppes and Hawezar. Since names can only reveal so much, read on below for a full overview with descriptions and in-game screenshots of each region.
Diablo 4 biomes overview
Here are all five Diablo 4 zones that will be available in the game on launch.
Kehjistan is a barren desert area with sweeping sand dunes so expect a lot of snakes, scorpions and other beasts that usually inhabit such zones.
This one is heavily Inspired by Scotland landscapes which means a lot of sprawling green highlands and rocky paths. Oh, and expect plenty of rain in this one.
Diablo 4's only snowy region is called Fractured Peaks. The devs say this one is inspired by the Carpathian Mountains. This one is our favourite in terms of looks since it really oozes with the atmosphere.
The Dry Steppes
A second desert region but this time around, Blizzard say this is more of a mountainous desert region than a simple desert region like Kehjistan.
Diablo 4's dark and swampy region in the South. Aesthetically, this one is also one of our favourites.
We also expect to see more zones added in post-launch updates. Blizzard have already promised that Diablo 4's seasons will be much richer with content than Diablo 3's so we might see plenty of new areas to explore.
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