How long is Diablo 4? Campaign length and time to beat

World boss in Diablo 4

Diablo 4 revolves around the return of Lillith and you’ll be on a quest to defeat her throughout the story campaign. The developers have revealed the game’s length, and here’s how many hours you’ll need to spend to complete the campaign.

Diablo games have always been appreciated for their well-written campaigns loaded with a ton of content. Due to the diverse character classes, these games are easily replayable and it is common for players to invest hundreds of hours building their dream character.

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Diablo 4 will follow a similar path as we already know about its extensive open world and five unique classes. You’ll go back to the Sanctuary to stop Lillith from destroying humanity and it is safe to assume that this journey will be long, gruesome, but most importantly, entertaining.

If you want to know how long is Diablo 4 and how much time you’ll need to beat the campaign, we’ve got you covered.

Character crossing a bridge in Diablo 4Diablo 4 will have more end-game content than previous games in the series.

How long to beat Diablo 4 campaign?

The main campaign in Diablo 4 is roughly 35 hours long which was confirmed by the game’s director Joe Shely and General Manager Rod Fergusson in an interview with GameSpot.

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It is important to note that the 35-hour length is exclusively for the campaign content which is just one aspect of the gameplay in Diablo 4. Elaborating more on player freedom, Fergusson said:

“You can go anywhere you want within Sanctuary and go do dungeons or go do other things and take on a world boss or go do local events, so you have choice there.”

The developers have clarified that the story in Diablo 4 is non-linear which means that you can choose how to play it out.

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Barbarian class in Diablo 4There are five classes in Diablo 4.

Diablo 4 will be a live-service game with a seasonal Battle Pass, PvP modes, clans, open-world exploration, dungeons, and several elements that you can explore apart from the story. Hence, if you’re someone who wants to see everything that the game has to offer, you’ll most likely spend hundreds of hours on it and not just 35.

We hope this guide helps you set the right expectations for the Diablo 4 campaign. Until the game hits the stores, you can check out:

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