Diablo 4's launch opens Hell's floodgates, giving us whole legions of demons and other monstrosities to slay. As much of a power trip as doing it solo can be, sometimes it's more fun to have friends also revel in the slaughter. If you're more co-op minded, you may want to know what the hack and slash RPG's party size is.
Diablo 4's party size limit determines how many players can team up both while leveling and when attempting more challenging end-game content. In some cases, having more characters dish out damage can make gaining experience or grinding for gear more efficient, aside from simply allowing you to find synergies in the abilities of different classes.
Diablo 4 Party Size
From what we can tell so far, the fourth entry in the series seems to handle party limits in a similar manner to its predecessor.
In the blog dedicated to its open beta, Blizzard confirmed that online 4-player co-op is supported, showing that Diablo IV's party limit is the same as that of its predecessor.
- Diablo 4 party size: 4 players (online), 2 players (couch co-op, console only)
During the open beta, eliminating enemies while near any player grants 5% bonus experience, which increases to 10% if that player is a party member. It is currently unclear if these numbers will also translate to the full version of the game.
In addition, console players also have the option of couch co-op, which this time seems to be limited to just two players.
Although the Diablo IV party size isn't necessarily massive, it should still facilitate plenty of awesome co-op action alongside friends, while letting everyone involved get a sense of how other classes play without having to switch between characters.
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