Many players have already reached the max of level 25 in the Diablo 4 beta, but that is not the maximum potential you can reach now that the game has finally released! There are way more experience points to grind out and plenty of room for skills tied to the true max level. Continue reading to learn about the level cap in Diablo 4!
Diablo 4 – What is the Max Level?
Diablo 4 players are able to reach up to level 100 on each of their characters. Once players reach level 50, the Paragon Tree will open up, granting you 50 additional levels.
As you can see in the image above, after reaching level 50 a brand new skill tree will unlock. Levels past 50 will require multiple Paragon Points to unlock, which means you’ll want to choose these levels carefully.
Diablo 4: Paragon Levels Explained
Paragon levels will give players another 50 levels to grind and each point used will fine-tune a build to a much higher degree than the standard skills. The first 50 levels are meant to be the standard structure of a character, while the other 50 will offer up the true specialization.
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After you hit the level cap of 100 in Diablo 4, the grind is not necessarily over. Earning legendary gear that compliments your build will take up most of your time in the game and can be entirely up to RNG. With any luck, you will have some easy drops as you finish building your character.
And that is all! For more guides, updates, and news, make sure to check out the dedicated Diablo IV section of our site.