Attention, Diablo IV Adventurers, because dark whispers speak of a fearsome beast of great power that can spawn a large number of clones and completely destroy you. This is not a lie! I’ve seen this happen to a lot of people, and not all of them have come back to tell the story.
Diablo IVlaunch was pretty uneventful and smoothWhich is actually impressive and newsworthy in 2023. But no games, especially fresh out of the oven, and it’s not that big of a game. Diablo IV, can start in perfect condition. There are of course some bugs and other issues with Blizzard’s latest action RPG. And perhaps the funniest of all, it includes an enemy named Darcel who can produce dozens and dozens of them – and it often seems so.
Inside Diablo IV There is a fairly simple, not very exciting side quest.Stolen Art” In the Scosglen area. The short side quest asks you to hunt down a great villain, kill him, take his talisman and bring it back to someone. This is your quest to bring swamp-standard videogames, you’ve probably done more variations than you can remember at this point. However, there is currently a bug with “Stolen Artifice” that causes clones of the quest boss, Darcel, to spawn almost non-stop and cause problems.
on Reddit And YouTube, players has Darcel shares 20 clips of spawning or more versions of himself in seconds. These clones they’re all just as powerful and deadly as the original, and like an evil locust swarm, they can quickly take down even the strongest of players.
“I went to kill Darcel and there were about 200 of him standing there, okay?” Sent a user to Blizzard’s official Devil forums. another player jokingly posted a clip of the glitch Devil sub-arrangementHe added that they did not expect it. Diablo IV [to be] it is difficult” and it is “too much Darcel for me”.
kotaku Contacted Blizzard about the error.
Some players report that Darcel will spawn forever, causing crashes or making it impossible to finish the mission. Some have had a chance to defeat the endless monster Darcel by killing the original Darcel before he produced too many copies of himself.
While this bug is pretty funny to watch, I can imagine someone playing a hardcore mod character (who has only one chance at life and is gone forever when he dies) finds this annoying quest and screams in horror. Late, they’re about to be destroyed by an army of Darcel’s clones. RIP to those poor souls.