Diablo 4 will feature more than 150 dungeon locations covering a variety of tilesets depending on location.
Diablo 4 dungeons are promising to be a little more complex than the previous games with mixed tilesets as well as randomisation. Blizzard’s goal with the dungeons is to convey the darkness of the game world.
During the Match 2022 quarterly development update, more of the Diablo 4 dungeons environmental art was shown. Examples shown included wretched caves, flooded depths, and an ancient temple.
Diablo 4 Dungeons Examples
Adding these sorts of details is a great way to add a lot of visual interest as well as visual storytelling. These assets were made by several teams, so this is a great example of many groups coming together to contribute to a final environment.
In this final video we show two tile-sets joined together by a tile-set transition scene. The first floor of this ruined keep remains dry and fairly intact, but as you journey deeper into the dungeon, you’ll discover that the lower levels have decayed from the endless floodwaters pouring in. This swampy ruin is perfect for the drowned to move in and fortify themselves deep below. You’ll have to fight your way through their defenses and climb across the rope to transition deeper into the flooded ruined tile-set.