How Trading Works in Diablo 4
Hello and welcome to another Diablo 4 guide. We've already talked about the three classes that were available in the pre-press preview version, which were the Barbarian, the Rogue, and the Sorcerer. Now it's time to talk about all the other important parts of the game and how they work.
Today, we'll talk about trading and see what's going to happen in D4. We'll also talk about whether we think it's going to be a good system or not. So let's get right to it and talk about what Diablo 4 items can be traded.
Diablo 4 Item you can trade
You can trade common and rare magic items, gold gems, elixirs, legendary and other parts of it .
One part is getting the legendary power out of an item to use later, which we'll talk about in a second. If you've played Diablo before, you know that unique items are very specific, very powerful items that can't be traded. If you enchant anything with a currency other than gold, there are a lot of materials you can use.
You can't trade things like collectibles for making elixirs or blacksmithing items. You also can't trade quest items. What does this all mean? Well, gold and rare items stand out to me in this list. Diablo 4 Gold is very valuable, and as we saw from level 1 to 25, the cost of respect is slowly going up.
The Diablo 4 developers have said in the past that they want your choices to matter, so we think that by the end of the game, the cost of respecting them could be astronomical, so you'll have to focus on the build that works best for you, you want to use, you have to pay a lot of money.
There are also gold costs for things like crafting and blacksmithing. The fact that you can trade gold reminds me of World of Warcraft, where gold was very valuable early on and there was a lot of gold farming.
I think that will happen a lot in Diablo 4, especially since the developers just said in an interview that there won't be an auction house or any way to trade in the game other than a global trade chat. If you've ever played an MMO or MMORPG, you'll know what I'm talking about.
You know that an ARPG isn't going to cut it, so third-party sites are going to be licking their lips. Maybe JSP is going to be selling gold and rares, which we'll talk about in a second. Maybe Trader E will be there, too, since we partnered with them.
They had a pretty good site for Diablo 2, and they might have one for Diablo 4. It's possible, but let's talk about the uncommon things. In Diablo 4, rare items are very important because you can take a legendary, take its power out, and put it in a rare item to turn it into something else.
Since you find rare items much more often than you find legendary items, this means: If you find a rare item with the right stats and a legendary with the right power, you can take the power from the legendary and put it into the rare item to make a Godly item. not everything is as important as the weapons are very significant Some of the other pieces don't matter, but you might spend the rest of your life looking for Godly items, like yellow weapons and gloves system in all of its parts.
Some Flaws in The system
One flaw is that there is no trading system in the game. All the other big games, like World of Warcraft: Lost Ark, have one, but this one doesn't. I think that's going to hold it back and make it easier for third-party sites to get in. It's different from Diablo 2, which is free-to-play.
Just open trade everything, which is different from Diablo 3, where you could only trade with people in your party and you could only trade for two hours. This is somewhere in the middle, so I think it's a good compromise, and it's not what they said they were going to do for Diablo 4.
Originally, they said that sudden items could be traded forever. Then, they said that some items could never be traded. Then, they said there would be a middle ground where items could only be traded once. It's surprising that they didn't do this with rare items, so that you could only trade rares.
If you were going to equip it and not trade it, for example, to save up a bunch of really godly rarest items to build a fortune of some sort, duping is a common problem in these games that we might be able to avoid in Diablo 4, but you never know ultimate rare gloves of awesomeness they do put a thousand times we have a problem and the same thing with the weapons, uh, in my experiences playing Diablo 4 luckily if there's any races or anything like that I think there are too many parts of the game for powering up where it would actually affect like.
I don't know if it's a world-first race or something, but I think it will change the way people look for the best items ever, so I think they got it right. Should legendary items and aspects be tradeable? It's a hotly debated topic, and they're really good unique items. I think it's great that you have to get the best stuff, you have to play the game.
I don't think you should be able to trade or buy your way to the best stuff, so even if you buy the best rare item in the game but don't have the legendary part, you shouldn't be able to get it.
on the rare item, it's garbage, okay. I'm not sure how happy I am that people are just going to go to third-party sites and buy millions or billions of gold. That's not a good thing, but of course I'll never do that. I'll just farm it myself.
This is what they're going with. We'll have to wait and see how the economy goes, but it's something I'll be keeping an eye on and something I really hope the blizzard talks about. How do you trade? You find a trade partner, open trade, and check the boxes.
So, that's how it will be when it goes live for trading. What do you guys think? Are you happy with this system? What are you worried about? That's what I'd like to know. Do you think it's perfect or do you think there will be problems? Diablo 4 vs Diablo 2: Resurrected, which one you prefer? Looking for Diablo 4 Sorceress guide? All of your questions are answered in our news section, so do check it out. We'll talk about a lot of the other systems soon, but I don't think this one is too bad. We'll see how it goes, though. Alright, Good bye! Will see you in yet another Diablo 4 guide, so stay tuned.