Diablo 4 players want “completely useless” glyph type removed

Amitesh Dhar
Diablo 4 Rogue

In Diablo 4, you can use glyphs on Paragon Boards to enhance your abilities in the game. Considering there are different rarities of glyphs available, players want the developers to remove some of them that are barely used in builds.

In Diablo 4, the weapon and gear rarity system applies to glyphs as well. The lowest and basic glyphs are of “Magic” rarity and are blue in color.

However, by the time you make your way to Level 50 and can finally access the Paragon Board, you will come across some of the “Rare” glyphs, that are yellow in color and are better than these blue glyphs.

Keeping in mind that these blue glyphs are barely used, players have been requesting Blizzard to not keep them in the game anymore. ‘Solid_Bath_6583’ took to Reddit to talk about these blue glyphs, requesting the developers to remove them.

Many players agreed with what OP had to say, with some of them even suggesting that the glyph system in Diablo 4 needed rework. In this regard, one player said, “They should rework the whole glyph system anyway. All the glyphs look the same, you can’t search for glyphs, and you can’t prepare Alts by leveling glyphs for them.”

However, others felt that the entire game needed a rework. ‘Hurrdurr69’ said, “It’s funny how every aspect of this game needs a complete rework. Almost like the makers had no idea what they’re doing.”

Others shared ideas about how the developers could improve the glyph system in Diablo 4. One Redditor commented, “Been thinking that we should start with yellow glyphs and then find rarer legendary glyphs.”

To this, ‘denshigomi’ replied, “If they remove blues and add legendaries, nothing changes. Yellows become the new blues. Legendaries become the new yellows.”

As of now, it’s unclear if the developers will be looking to rework the glyph system in Diablo 4. For more information about the game, be sure to check out the new drop rates for Uber Uniques, and how to craft them in the game.

About The Author

Amitesh started writing about video games in 2020. He previously worked at Sportskeeda, Gfinity, and Attack of the Fanboy before joining CharlieIntel in 2024. He's an avid fan of Destiny 2 and Diablo 4 and an expert on all things Fortnite. You can get in touch with him at [email protected].