There are hundreds of hair color and skin tones that are available, and in the test build we played this weekend, we had four feminine and four masculine faces were featured in the class D2R Items. (The game doesn't seem to utilize male or female descriptors to describe its characters, as it's worth.) It also offered 10 hairstyles for men and women that included pixie cuts with close-cropped edges and long flowing ponytails. knotted-up dreadlocks, as well as tight, natural curls. In addition, there's a lots of jewelry. There's quite a lot.Makeup and body paint are appropriate for thematic reasons, as well as, being unisex. If you want a dark eyeshadow to match your Barbarian man, then go for it. It looks good. If you want some slimy corpse paint for your Necro it's also available.
What players will not find is a wide variety of body types, if not in each class. The Barbarian is perfectly muscular and muscular for their position among Diablo 4's five classes. The class of Sorcerer/Sorceress looks sturdy enough to carry books or wands. However, they're not nearly as lean and athletic like the Rogue.
Body type, it appears, is linked to class roles as part of the game's fantasy according to Rod Fergusson, executive producer and director of the Diablo franchise at Blizzard Entertainment.
"Body shape is something that we think is part of the class's imagination," Fergusson said in an interview with a roundtable. He noted that the creator created a "'dad body' Druid and an emaciated buy d2r items Necromancer" on purpose. "Those are two of the things that makes the class, in some ways, and so the idea of having a dad-bod Necro or an obese Druid didn't really play into the class's fantasy.