There are dozens of shades of hair and buy cheap Diablo IV Gold skin tones that are available, and in the test model we played last weekend, four feminine and four masculine faces were featured in the class. (The game doesn't appear to be using male or female descriptors of its characters, however, it's a good idea to consider it.) That build also featured 10 unisex hairstyles which included pixie cuts that were close-cropped hairstyles with long flowing ponytails knotted-up dreadlocks, as well as tight natural curls. On top of that, there's lots of jewelry. The truth is, a lot.Makeup and body paints are appropriate for thematic reasons, and again, unisex. If you want a dark eyeshadow to match your Barbarian man, you can go with it. It looks good. If you want some smeary corpse paint for your Necro it's also available.

What they won't see is a broad range of bodies, at least for each particular class. The Barbarian is a hefty and muscular for their position within Diablo 4's five classes. The Sorcerer/Sorceress class looks strong enough to hold some books or wands. However, they're not as muscular and athletic-looking in comparison to the Rogue.

Body type, it seems, is linked to class roles as an aspect of Diablo's fantasy according to Rod Fergusson, executive producer and director of the Diablo franchise at Blizzard Entertainment.

"Body type is something that we think of as part of the class's imagination," Fergusson said in an interview at a roundtable, stating that the game's creator created an "'dad bod' Druid and an emaciated Necromancer" on purpose. "Those are elements that make the class the class in certain regards, so the idea of having a dad-bod Necro or an obese Druid buy Diablo IV Gold didn't really play into the class's fantasy.