He will more likely be acting as a balancer in the story, maybe even as a voice of reason instead of taking sides like his former self. Although he may be forced to take sides, Tyrael now understands what is important to mortals and Diablo IV Gold that's the way he is likely to be a part of the events of Diablo 4.
Blizzard's method of speccing the character of Diablo 4 is a blend of the Studio's approach to Diablo 2 and Diablo 3. As the executive producer and director of the Diablo franchise Rod Fergusson put it, "Diablo 2 seemed like you were locked in. You were able to switch your specs one time per difficulty. In D3, you kind of changed your character like you were changing your clothes. Everything was gear-based as opposed to skill-based."Fergusson added, "I think the fact that we have skills on the equipment [in Diablo 4] is really nice for experimentation -- as a sorceress I [might] get Blizzard [on a pair of boots] three levels before I should and I can try Blizzard to see if I actually want it."
Game Director Joe Shely told Polygon in an interview at a roundtable in a roundtable interview that "having your character feel like a collection of choices you've made could lead to intriguing decisions, or at the very least intriguing opportunities."Shely added she believes that the Diablo group is conscious that the players especially at the beginning of their journey, will not know the full extent of the character's set of capabilities. It is expected that players want to explore.
"When you take a look at our respec systems," Shely said, "which are applicable to both the skill tree and to Paragon for higher levels that's our endgame progression system, we've endeavored to do the system in a manner which makes you feel that choosing a path is crucial and your character's not like everyone else's , but you're in a position to have lots of flexibility to try things out.
"You've had the option of redefine points by points. You just need to click to spend a point off and use it for the next thing, but as you get further into levels, the cost rises to make choices a little bit more thought-out. Of course, you can also respec your whole tree in one sitting if would like to build from the starting point."
Fergusson observed that as players progress and deep into their character "the costs of in-game currency to respect grows higher and higher -- and eventually you'll come to the point that you're a level 90 Barbarian and instead of completely changing my build it's better to simply roll a brand new Barbarian and buy Diablo IV Gold begin again."