Diablo 4’s final boss for level 100 players has been disabled by Blizzard, as the RPG game’s ‘Pinnacle Challenge’ is meant to test everything you know about Diablo 4, from builds to strategies. Now that early access is over and the full Diablo 4 release date is here, you’ll want to make sure you’re ready for this challenge when it re-emerges.
The Diablo 4 pinnacle boss, which is the current final level 100 challenge for the entire game, has been disabled by Blizzard, but the team says in a post that it should be back up soon – if you want to get ready for when the challenge returns, be sure to check out the best Diablo 4 builds.
“The level 100 pinnacle challenge encounter has been temporarily disabled as we work to resolve a few items related to this encounter,” Blizzard says. “We will update the community once this has been re-enabled.”
While we won’t be spoiling the final endgame boss of Diablo 4 in the text here, you can see streamer Max ‘wudijo’ attempt to take them on below.
With the first level 100 Diablo 4 player already here as well, it stands to reason that some of us are going to start coming up against the pinnacle boss fight in the coming days. We don’t know exactly how long it’ll be disabled, but Blizzard is working hard on getting it back up and running as soon as possible.
If you’re unsure how else to tackle the game’s biggest challenges, our Diablo 4 classes breakdown will help you pick the character that works best for you now that the game has fully released.
Despite just coming out, we already know what Blizzard’s plans are with the upcoming Diablo 4 expansions, and if you’re diving in you’ll want to know about the entire Diablo 4 quest list in case you get lost. We’ve also got a comprehensive breakdown of the best Diablo 4 settings on PC to help you make sure your rig is up to the challenge.