Diablo 4 h as to walk a difficult tightrope. On the one hand, many love the dark, dense atmosphere of the role-playing game. At the same time, optimization is more important here than in almost any other role-playing game. But these things can also get in the way. That may be the reason why Blizzard has hidden some optimization functions well. Maybe a little too good.
Because as it turns out, there are a few more than helpful features waiting for you in the options. You just have to activate them. The features were discovered by the YouTube channel GameSensei.
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These features are hidden in the options
The hidden options are mainly things that deal with the display of items. Here you can ensure that you overlook less loot on the floor and also make it easier for you to compare your pieces in the inventory.
Here are all the options you should definitely consider:
- Item Drop Sounds: In the Sound tab you can not only set music, you can also set the sounds for each form of loot. Here you can, for example, only hear a sound when items above the “rare” level fall on the ground.
- Ambient Loot: But even more important is the setting for Loot, who is already lying around on the floor. By default, this option is turned off. However, it ensures that items emit a subtle buzz. Each quality level emits a different sound. This reduces the chance that you will miss something.
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- Advanced Tooltip Compare: An extremely important option when comparing items. All the information that characterizes the item is really compared here. Not only the damage or the armor, but also what properties you get or lose as a result.
- Advanced Tooltip Information: This option fully reveals the true value of a property. Each property is finally rolled individually. The info shows where you ended up with that selection. This helps to determine whether there is a better version of your item out there or not.
- Highlight Player: With this option, your character is optionally visually highlighted. This helps not to lose track in a tangle of monsters or when you are tackling a world boss with eleven other players.
- Force Move: You can assign a button to this option and then make sure that you move your mouse instead of attacking an opponent. This helps if you want to dodge regularly in a boss fight with many enemies.
- Input 7: If you assign this empty slot to a button, you can leave a dungeon directly with a button press. An option that is usually hidden on the map or in the action wheel.
That should give you a few more options in today’s beta to optimize your gaming experience. Did you already know that these options exist? Do you know of even more helpful game options that not everyone sees right away? Or do you even prefer to leave these options disabled? Tell us in the comments!
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