Having a stash stuffed with duplicate Uber Uniques in Diablo 4 may really be helpful quickly, as developer Blizzard is advising gamers to carry onto the undesirable gadgets, citing “upcoming plans” that will likely be shared within the close to future.
Uber Uniques are Diablo 4’s rarest and strongest gadgets, however acquiring two of the identical one, or one which is not helpful in your desired construct, can really feel a bit like profitable the lottery, solely to unintentionally throw your profitable ticket down the drain. Uber Uniques was extraordinarily uncommon, however have change into a bit extra obtainable these days because of Blizzard introducing farmable bosses, like Duriel, which have a small likelihood to drop particular Uber Uniques.
It is now way more widespread for gamers to have duplicate Uber Uniques merely amassing mud of their stash in consequence, with no actual use for them aside from doubtlessly promoting them for a good chunk of gold. That, nevertheless, appears like it will likely be altering quickly.
In a submit on the sport’s official boards, Diablo group improvement director Adam Fletcher acknowledged the Diablo 4 design workforce has “upcoming plans for gamers who could have quite a few Uber Uniques that they could not use.”
“The workforce wished to get a PSA out to customers to hold onto these for now,” Fletcher writes. “We could have extra info to share quickly concerning this however felt it was vital to provide an early heads as much as gamers.”
There isn’t any further info to go off of for now, however gamers in Fletcher’s replies on X (previously Twitter) are hoping for a approach to fine-tune Uber Distinctive stats, craft new Uber Uniques, or probably trade-in undesirable ones for a unique Uber Distinctive altogether.
Diablo 4’s third season, Season of the Assemble, is at present in full swing, with the sport’s newest replace bringing some critical buffs to its beforehand underwhelming Seneschal Assemble companion. The sport’s first enlargement, Vessel of Hatred, is slated for a late 2024 launch.