Diablo 4 needs missing feature to ease tedious alt leveling grind

Amitesh Dhar
Diablo 4 Treasure Goblin

During the March of the Goblins event in Diablo 4, Treasure Goblins drop a loot bag filled with a lot of equipment when defeated. Considering the amount of items that are included in this bag, making it a permanent feature would make it a nice loot farm alternative for players.

In Diablo 4, loot is the main aspect of the game because not only does it govern how quickly you level up, but it also affects how you approach some of the more difficult content in the game.

For example, if you don’t have the appropriate gear, it will be extremely difficult for you to complete higher-tier Nightmare Dungeons when you’re slowly trying to get into World Tier 4.

One easy system that can help make the grind easier is the Treasure Bags that the Treasure Goblins drop when you defeat them during the March of the Goblins event in Diablo 4. If you’ve already opened a Treasure Bag during the event, you’ll know the amount of loot that they drop.

Now, there’s always a chance that the loot you get from the bag isn’t usable on your character, so you’ll either sell it or dismantle it for materials. However, if you transfer these to your Stash, and then open them on an alt that you’re leveling, there’s always a chance that you will get appropriate gear for your alt.

Diablo 4 Treasure goblin loot drop
Killing a Treasure Goblin will drop a lot of loot.

Not only will this help you access good gear on your alts, but you can also dismantle the gear to unlock Aspects in your Codex of Power that you haven’t unlocked or get better variants for the same in Diablo 4.

While it might not sound impactful to begin with, it’ll change the experience of leveling up your alts because you won’t have to hunt for a lot of gear. All you need to do is stack up these Treasure Bags on your main character and then transfer it to your alt through your Stash and then open it on your alt in Diablo 4.

Unfortunately, these Treasure Bags are just available during the March of the Goblins event and will most likely be removed once the event is over. However, if Blizzard were to consider making these Treasure Bags a permanent addition to the game, it would be a game changer.

Even if Blizzard doesn’t buff the spawn rate of these Treasure Goblins, chasing and killing them whenever you see them spawn would feel like it’s worth it.

The developers have previously added permanent features based on how popular they were during the Diablo 4 season they were introduced. The Vampiric and Malignant Aspects are a prime example of this.

So, there’s always a chance that the developers might consider this in the long run. Hopefully, something of this sort will be seen alongside the Vessel of Hatred expansion, where you will be able to play as the new Spiritborn class and use it to take on bosses like Andariel and Duriel.

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