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First Diablo 4 Hardcore Level 100 Character Gets Deleted Due to Server Issue

Blizzard is currently hosting a race for players to reach level 100 in Hardcore Mode in Diablo 4. Should a player hit that level, they will then get their name etched into a special Lilith statue which will remain at the Blizzard HQ. So far, only one player has managed to achieve level 100 with a Hardcore character but sadly for him, it wasn’t the celebration he was hoping for.

Upon reaching level 100, Twitch streamer Souaïb ‘cArn’ Hanaf was officially recognized by Blizzard for his achievement. Blizzard acknowledged that he was the first player to reach level 100 in the difficult Hardcore mode which meant the player didn’t die once during the process. If you die with a Hardcore character, that character gets permanently disabled in the game and you can’t go back and play it.

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Unfortunately for Souaïb ‘cArn’ Hanaf, due to some rough server issues which have been popping up in Diablo 4 over the past few days, the level 100 player was disconnected during his gameplay session. He was on the way to killing the final boss in the game after spending 82 hours levelling up to 100.

Blizzard has a system in place where disconnections while playing a Hardcore character count as a death. That’s because users could easily quickly disconnect their game when they are about to die in order to avoid the death actually being triggered in the Hardcore mode.

As a result, Souaïb ‘cArn’ Hanaf’s level 100 character “died” and he can’t go back and play it. Even though his 82 hours seem like a waste of time, the streamer will still get his name etched into the Lillith statue at the Blizzard HQ because the company has acknowledged the completion. It is just sad that he can’t continue playing the game and unlocking achievements for killing the final boss on a hardcore character.

Blizzard has had quite a smooth launch for Diablo 4. Although, players have been reporting multiple disconnection issues over the past 48 hours. Some of these issues have even resulted in character progression being lost. Hopefully, Blizzard gets this under control soon.

Source: PCGames

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