Diablo 4: Is There One ‘More Big Butcher’ In The Game?
Diablo IV turns one month old tomorrow. Blizzard’s RPG has wowed many gamers across the globe, and for Americans, it has amassed a fortune. It is not for less, and it is that the role of Diablo continues to rise. Of course, most novice players are running into their worst nightmare in the game, and it has a name: The Butcher. What we didn’t know is that there was an even bigger version. We introduce you to The Butcher’s older brother.
The Butcher is a being that has accompanied the Diablo saga since its inception. Already in that original Diablo from 1996 we could see a super pixelated version of this demon from hell and his great blade. Now, he is giving something to talk about in the fourth instalment, but some have come across a version that has taken a couple of Danones and has grown considerably.
The user Ironheart_777 has shared a finding that has given more than one goosebumps, and rightly so. With the title “Has anyone found the Giant Butcher? It appeared that big”, the player has shared a very brief glimpse of this mass that many do not understand.
Big Butcher in Diablo IV
Nightmare dungeons are known to increase the DPS, or Damage Per Second, of enemies, but we weren’t aware that they could also make enemies grow in size. The user Swissarmywolf, for his part, points out that the modifiers of these dungeons are the cause. He points out that maybe someone had the Avenger, which causes enemies to grow in damage and size as nearby monsters die.
The most curious thing is, as mentioned, that for a while this huge Butcher did not harm any player, it just walked around the stage increasing in size as more and more damage was done to its demonic “companions” until it became an even bigger monster.
This theory gains strength when another user, lemmings68, anticipates that the same thing happened to him with the spiders, who came to occupy half the screen. Some have found the Butcher at Level 1
either way, we wouldn’t want to run into this brown beast in my matches. The same thing, perhaps, the Darksnipsy player would say when he started playing, although what he found was a freshly hatched and Level 1 Butcher. A disappointing fight, as he says, and which, on top of that, gave him an even more derisory reward: a Level 1 sword. We almost prefer the latter to the gigantic one above.