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Diablo 4 Players Want a Useful Feature to Make Looting Easier

Keith Stawarz

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Diablo 4 makes it easy to fill one's screen with endless treasure, and unfortunately, many fans have become frustrated by the lack of a loot filter. Players have been coming up with genius ways to save space in Diablo 4's inventory, but the underlying problem has yet to be solved. With no gem bags and charmingly high prices, characters have to collect all sorts of junk to earn extra money, and the process requires frequent visits to towns that use less-than-ideal vendor layouts. Players can prepare enough Diablo IV Gold in the game.

The towns in Diablo 4 are certainly impressive, but the highlight of Lut Gholein is the concentration of all the important NPCs around Waypoint and Stash, and in places like Kyovashad, they are spread far and wide. While Towns make looting tedious in hack-and-slash games, they are not the culprit of community frustration. It's neither a sorting feature nor a search bar that helps with the legendary aspect - players instead feel the loot filter should be addressed first.

A druid player named KinGGaiA started a thread on Diablo 4's subreddit showing off their clogged screens and asking Blizzard to implement a loot filter. Not surprisingly, many fans joined the request, as the loot filter has been one of the most requested features since the first Diablo 4 open beta event in March. Furthermore, the image perfectly encapsulates the problems with gems in Diablo 4: they take up item bar space, they drop frequently, and they don't have an auto-pickup feature. Thankfully, gems will become a crafting resource when Season 2 hits live servers, but the loot filter issue remains with no solution.

Despite the many shortcomings of item sorting and inventory management in Diablo 4, the dye system and decorative attire have been widely praised by the community. Compared to past games, Diablo 4 allows fans to personalize their barbarians and necromancers on a level never seen before. In addition, Diablo 4 is smart enough to send all decorative skins to personal storage if players forget to pick them up during an adventure, which definitely shows that it can provide convenient and thoughtful solutions to loot-related problems.

With two Diablo 4 expansion packs in active development, Blizzard Entertainment has shown that it is willing to support its latest game for many years to come. Given that Diablo 4 has been breaking all kinds of records, it shows that there are many passionate fans who want the game to succeed and reach its full potential. While this may take a while, many in the community believe it is on the right track. See eanews.top for more details on the game guide.