What players don't have is a variety of bodies, at least in each D2R Items class. The Barbarian is strong and well-built for their role in the Diablo 4's five classes. The class of Sorcerer/Sorceress is strong enough to lift books and wands. But they're not as strong and athletic similar to Rogue.
Body type, as it turns out, is connected to class roles, as part of the game's fantasies, said Rod Fergusson, executive producer and head of the Diablo franchise at Blizzard Entertainment.
"Body type is something that we believe to be part of the class's imagination," Fergusson said in the roundtable discussion. He noted that the developer invented an "'dad bod' Druid and an emaciated Necromancer" with the intention of. "Those are a part of what makes the classin a certain way and therefore having a dad body Necro or an obese Druid did not really fit into the class's fantasy.
"We sought to give the greatest variety by offering] a ton of different races, hair types and markings or eye coloring, but there were some elements that defined the class as a class in the first place, and for Diablo 4 it was body type."Body body type and class archetypes are also linked to Diablo 4's gear and armor design, as well as the various other cosmetics that play into the game's overall look, Fergusson said. Also, creating armor that is suitable for the size of a barbarian's body could be difficult to scale down into a lighter version for the identical class. "The primary goal was to give the most comprehensive choices you had in a Diablo game" Fergusson said. "We wanted to make it much more about personalization d2r items for sale, however, your barbarian still a barbarian -- it's going to be tough rather than a lazy."