First Hardcore Character to Reach Level 100 Dies in Diablo 4
The first character to reach level 100 in Diablo 4’s Hardcore permadeath mode has died only two days after achieving the game’s highest level.
Streamer Souaïb Hanaf, known as “cArn_” in the gaming world, was the first player to reach level 100 in Diablo 4’s challenging Hardcore mode, but his fantastic achievement was cut short when he was disconnected from the server and his character was killed by a vampire bat not long after.
Despite Diablo 4 having a smooth launch compared to Diablo 3, its famous opening week in 2012, the launch of such an online title will have problems with server connection, and more, no matter how well this game is prepared.
A player on normal difficulty would only respawn after they died and pay to repair their armor, but the Hardcore mode doesn’t work that way. It doesn’t give the option to respawn like in normal mode, and the character death is final.
The streamer is not dismayed, though. cArn_ accepted the challenge of Hardcore mode play, and his achievement sets a world record that nothing could take away. As a professional gamer, he played games like Starcraft 2 and Dota, starting his gaming journey years ago.
Top-streamers fight each other to see who’s going to be the first to reach level 100 in Hardcore mode. And although cArn_ died before he could savor the victory, he locked his name in the Diablo 4 history, a champion who’s gone, but his legacy remains.
Everyone, who plays Diablo 4, will tell you that it is one of the best RPGs of recent times, serving an unparalleled gothic art style and a meticulously crafted open-world gameplay style. The game’s campaign and multiplayer mode offer fulfillment to players, keeping them engaged with its rewarding kill, loot, and repeat cycle.