"We wanted to provide as many options as we could by offering] a ton of different races D2R Items, hair types and eyes, but there were certain elements that made Diablo 4 distinct from other classes, including for Diablo 4 it was body type."Body type and class archetypes are also tied into Diablo 4's design of gear and armor, and other accessories that are part of the character, Fergusson said. In other words, making armor that suits the bulk of a barbarian's physique would be a challenge to adapt into a lighter version for the same class. "The top intention was to provide the best choice of high-end options that you can get from the Diablo game," Fergusson said. "We were hoping to make it more about personalization [andthe ability to customize, while your barbarian remains just a barbarian. So it's going to be strong but not a wimp."
Diablo 4 enhances the diversity of options for character customization by providing its campfire of adventurers in random characters when players launch the game. There's no indication from the game that the Barbarian is supposed to be a white-haired dude who hails from Mount Arreat, or that any other class is limited to ethnic or gender roles automatically.
So while Diablo 4's character creation options aren't as deep as some of the other popular role-playing titles but they're still able to create great-looking, personalised characters, all while keeping the dark, medieval style Blizzard is aiming for.
Diablo 4 continues the saga of Blizzard's popular previous D2R Ladder Items games with a brand new view at Hell. The pitfalls of man, angel, and demon lie at the center of the Diablo series and the legendary Archangel Tyrael lies squire-like at the center of it the whole.