If you’re not first, you’re last. Or maybe you’re in the top hundred, and Blizzard has given you your own physical statue of Lilith with your Gamertag inscribed in it. With the release of Diablo 4, Blizzard has introduced a new challenge to be in the top 100 players to reach level 100 in hardcore mode. There also exist many other challenges for domination in all Diablo games, such as rift completion times and conquests. These are all kept in an incredibly competitive leaderboard on Blizzard’s website. So, how can you check the Diablo 4 leaderboards?
How to check Diablo 4 leaderboards
You’re going to have to wait until Season 3 of Diablo 4 to check the leaderboards. In the Diablo 4 developer Livestream, they announced that there won’t be any competitive leaderboards until then. This implies that we’re going to have to wait until probably around January to see the real rankings.
In the meantime, there is still the race to 100 going on. This competition pits players against each other to become the first 100 players to reach level 100 in hardcore mode. To successfully claim the prize, players need to post evidence on Twitter. A picture of themselves at level 100, with the Tempered Champion title and the hashtag #Diablo4Hardcore, will be enough to be legible for the award.
There is no official race to 100 leaderboards, but an unofficial one is being run on this website. Avid fans are keeping track of the competition as it runs through Twitter. The first few successful players have already breached that level 100 mark. The first past the post was Rob, who managed it in a wildly impressive five days after early access came out. The website keeps a close track of everyone competing and getting closer to that coveted physical statue.