Diablo 4 player comes up with genius way to fix Nightmare Dungeons and players love it

Souhardya Choudhury
Diablo 4 Lilith

Diablo 4 players love a fan-suggested solution to the Nightmare Dungeon problem, as a member of the community formulated an entire flowchart inspired by Path of Exile’s Atlas Tree.

Diablo 4 has been one of the most-played ARPG games of recent times as the title has entered its third season after a successful Season 2. Even though Season 3 was one of the most hated updates at launch, the des have quickly won the fans back with a couple of patches since then.

Now that the basic problems regarding the Vaults and Senschal Constructs are out of the way in Diablo 4, players have reinstated their focus on the other aspects of the game, as one of the most wanted fixes concerns the Nightmare Dungeons (NMDs).

Reddit user ‘_purza’ went out of their way and suggested a solution, inspired by Path of Exile’s Atlas Tree, that could potentially fix the NMD runs in Diablo 4. Path of Exile has been one of the biggest competitors of Diablo 4 and a lot of D4 fans like the game as well.

The OP suggested a “Passive Tree” for Nightmare Dungeons in Diablo 4 where the player would “earn one for every 5 tiers of NMDs completed.” This means that players would have 20 tiers to spend their points in and that would be from the Passive Tree, granting them buffs for their NMD journey.

Other D4 players are quite happy with the OP’s efforts as one of them sarcastically added: “This makes too much sense, why would a billion-dollar company do anything that players would actually enjoy.” Others loved how the OP “simplified the whole complex atlas tree to Diablo simple.”

However, some players sarcastically claimed that Diablo 3 added the new Altar of Rites, which was similar to the OP’s idea, and that it “only took like 12 years” for the devs to include it. Support for the idea continued, as one player claimed that the “OP is already overqualified to work for the D4 team.”

Even though NMDs have been a constant subject of negative community feedback, Blizzard are yet to address this issue. With so many people liking the OP’s rough idea to make NMDs more interesting, don’t be surprised to see the devs taking action in future Diablo 4 patches.

For more on the game, check out players completely “ignore” a Season 3 boss stronger than Uber Lilith and why they are “hopeful” about Season 3 after the latest patch.

About The Author

Souhardya is a Games Writer at CharlieIntel, currently covering Diablo 4, EA FC 24, Baldur's Gate 3, and Elden Ring. He has a degree in Media Science & Journalism and has previously worked at Spiel Times and Sportskeeda. You can reach him at [email protected].