Diablo Immortal players are asking for a rather nice addition to the RPG: a Diablo 3-style pet system. While the free-to-play game has been divisive, with some players unhappy with its microtransactions and forced raid system, Diablo Immortal has continued to be successful, surpassing 30 million installs after its recent launch in China. Now, his fans are asking for a fun and useful addition to help with the Diablo Immortal leveling process.
Diablo 3 features a variety of class-based pets and minions, but Diablo Immortal players are interested in non-combat pets that follow your character around and automatically collect gold that drops nearby. of you. The Lost Ark action role-playing game also features a similar system where your pets take loot and also offer remote storage and access to mail, as well as providing small benefits to the player character.
Reddit user OK_Support9029 brought up the idea on the fantasy game’s official subreddit. They say, “Nothing is more annoying than going back for those 100-200 stacks of gold that dropped after moving on to the next set of mobs,” suggesting that a gold-grabbing pet would be the perfect solution. “I will always come back [to the game],” they continue, “but how much better would the game experience be if I had a little trash goblin by my side?”
Some players are pointing out that perhaps the addition could be a reward for finally finding Greta’s cat, after the poor girl has spent every day since the game’s launch wandering the streets of Westmarch calling her pet. Others are a little more skeptical about the microtransaction potential the system could have: some commenters say they’d be happy to buy different cosmetic pets, but others worry it could be tied to a recurring monthly fee.
Personally, we think it’s a great idea. Diablo 3’s pets are adorable, from little skeleton dogs and Protoss probes from StarCraft to a miniature incarnation of Diablo themselves. It would be great to see what options might be available, and maybe he could create another type of cosmetic to offer in the battle pass, which has previously disappointed players with its offerings.
In the meantime, perhaps the players would be satisfied if they could pet the dog Diablo Immortal. Be sure to check out our Diablo Immortal class tier list and guide to the best Diablo Immortal legendary items to make sure you’re set up for success. If you’re not happy with your current character, we’ve also got a guide to changing classes in Diablo Immortal – just watch out for class-locked Diablo Immortal cosmetics before you make the jump.