Diablo 4 is almost here, and players can get an early glimpse into the fourth installment of the series as the review scores pile in.

If you have yet to decide whether to pick up this game, these reviews could help make up your mind.

Here is the full roundup of reviews for Blizzard’s latest venture in the Diablo series, including the Metacritic and OpenCritic scores as they come in:

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Diablo 4 Metacritic Score

Diablo 4 currently has a Metacritic score of 88, and this is after a total of 44 reviews so far.

We will update this score as more reviews for the game come in!

Diablo 4 OpenCritic Score

Diablo 4 is currently on an 89 Top Critic Average and 98% Critics Recommend on OpenCritic. This is after a total of 58 reviews.

We will update this score as more reviews for the game come in!

Diablo 4 Review Roundup

The reviews are in, and here is what all the major reviews for Diablo 4 are saying about this latest action RPG by Blizzard:

CGMagonline10/10Diablo IV’s dark allure combines ingenious design choices to create an extraordinary Diablo that we couldn’t have dreamed possible back in 1997.
Comicbook4.5/5Diablo 4 is perfect for both franchise mainstays and newcomers alike. The lore of Sanctuary expands drastically while the game, story and all, is large enough to keep new players busy. The game is built to allow the developers to scale it with ease with battle passes and seasons for a new generation, but it’s nowhere close to being empty.
Destructoid8/10For series fans, Diablo 4 makes a compelling case to become your next main game. For everyone else, the specter of cosmetic microtransactions and live service elements hang heavy over this refined action-RPG formula.
Dexerto5/5Diablo 4 is a mighty sequel, but it can feel more like a grand buffet of tasty demon-slaying treats. It offers something for everyone but misses out on that acquired yet curated taste of the older entries. This doesn’t take away from Diablo 4 representing the next evolution in the series. It is a stellar sequel – and one that works hard to appeal to every fan of this beloved franchise.
GameSpot8/10Diablo IV’s surprisingly moving and engrossing story encapsulates gameplay systems that have learnt all the right lessons from entries past.
GamesRadar+5/5After sacrificing nearly 100 hours of my life to Diablo 4, I’ve barely scratched the surface of what it has to offer
GamingTrend10/10Diablo IV represents a massive shift for the series, moving to a more inclusive and open world that is somehow as inviting for new players as returning veterans. Complexity is mixed with flexibility to create a game that is sure to consume you for hundreds if not thousands of hours. Diablo IV is the game we’ve been waiting for, and a return to form for the Blizzard team.
God is a Geek9/10Diablo 4 may not be the huge leap forward some were hoping for, but it still offers an incredible adventure through a dark, compelling world.
IGN9/10Diablo 4 is a stunning sequel with near perfect endgame and progression design that makes it absolutely excruciating to put down.
PolygonUnscoredMore busywork doesn’t lessen the series-signature lootfest appeal.
Push Square9/10Diablo 4 is the true successor to the bad old days of action RPGs and oozes quality in its frenetic combat and deep, engaging character development. It tells a complex, gritty narrative set in the darkly beautiful world of Sanctuary. Even better, it provides a solid foundation for years of Diablo content to come.
Screen Rant4.5/5Ultimately, Diablo 4 is a must-play experience for any fan of dungeon-crawler ARPGs.
Shacknews8/10Blizzard opts for refinement over innovation with Diablo 4, but it’s still a devilishly good time.
VG2474/5It’s a damn good entry to the series as a whole, and will give the vast majority of its players a bloody good time.
VGC5/5Diablo 4’s always-online requirement is a shame, and a few of the classes are somewhat slow to kick into high gear, but we’re only able to muster minor complaints for what is easily a game-of-the-year frontrunner, and Blizzard’s best game since Diablo 3.
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