How Long Diablo III Is and How Many Acts There Are
Diablo III has been out on the PC for quite some time, and it’s even made its way to Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3, and PS4, too. The game sees players taking down countless enemies in the hunt for loot… as well as saving the world, I guess. However, some players have been wondering exactly how long Diablo III is and how many acts there are.
Diablo III roughly takes about eight to 10 hours to finish on your first playthrough. However, it should be noted that much of Diablo III’s appeal comes in its Adventure mode which acts as the game’s post-story if you picked up the Ultimate Evil Edition or Reaper of Souls expansion separately. You’ll spend a ton of time completing bounties from NPCs and exploring the world at your leisure, not to mention checking out the new areas added in as part of this mode. Diablo III’s campaign is split into five different acts (though one of these is part of the Reaper of Souls DLC), too, so it shouldn’t take you all that long to reach the end.
It’s also worth remembering that Diablo III did get some DLC, which is included in the Ultimate Evil Edition if you pick that up on PS4 or Xbox One. The Reaper of Souls expansion actually adds in a fifth act which can take about four-to-five hours to finish depending on skill level. As such, you’re probably looking at a minimum of 13 hours to finish the single-player story that the game has to offer. Then, we advise diving into the Adventure mode and getting caught up in the excellent post-story content.
Depending on how engrossed you get in this Adventure mode, you can expect to sink a ton more hours into the game. This will depend on how much you enjoy grinding, though, so this number will vary somewhat.
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