Yes, Diablo 4 is an action RPG, a kind of “hack and slash” style of gameplay, all in real time.
Baldur’s Gate 3 is also an RPG but with turn-based combat. Each character has points that they can use on a turn. When these points are gone, they can do nothing more and then the turn goes to the next character.
In Baldur’s Gate 3, you can control not only your main character that you created yourself, but also 3 other companions. Eventually, you will also meet other companions, but you can only take a maximum of 3 people with you. You can exchange it at your camp. Depending on what you’ll be doing and the battles you’ll be fighting, each companion can be a plus or a minus.
In Diablo 4, you can only control one character. Combat in Baldur’s Gate 3 is also deeper and more tactical. Thus Baldur’s Gate 3 also has a higher learning curve than Diablo 4.
Diablo 4 has a nice and good story, but as a player you have little influence over the course. Such is the case with Baldur’s Gate 3. Every choice you make has an effect. Not just the story, but the characters as well. You can also prevent or provoke battles with the choices you make, or even choose the side of friends or foes.
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