May 21, 2024

Diablo 4 Player Creates Character Inspired by Juggernaut’s Appearance in Deadpool 2

A Diablo 4 player has found a way to turn their character into Juggernaut from Deadpool 2 with impressively accurate results. Since releasing, Blizzard’s latest entry in the Diablo series has offered fans loads of content to enjoy and a large open world to explore. While there have been some disappointing updates, to the point where Blizzard has already announced a Diablo 4 patch to reverse unpopular changes, there’s still a lot to like about the action RPG.


Among the positive additions to the series has been a deep customization system that allows players to make each of their characters look truly unique. In a multiplayer game with only five classes to choose from at the moment, this customization prevents the game from looking like a series of clones inhabiting the same space. While some fans still want to see certain changes made to character customization, the system is solid overall and has allowed for the production of some iconic looks.

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One gamer, going by A_Parks_ on Reddit, has used the tools available to them in Diablo 4 to craft a character that looks surprisingly like Juggernaut as he appears in the movie Deadpool 2. Featuring armor dyed yellow to match Juggernaut’s prison jumpsuit, a thick helmet, and wielding a massive, two-handed mace, the character looks just as tough and imposing as his movie-counterpart.

Other Redditors were quick to praise the creation, filling the thread with Juggernaut quotes, jokes, and promises to go for their own version of the character on their next playthrough. The hulking brute does seem to fit in the Diablo universe and many players would likely enjoy seeing Juggernaut clobber demons with a giant hammer. With rumors that the first Diablo 4 expansion could feature the sixth class, some may even be hoping the dev team will take some inspiration from creative players in designing the new character.

Some Diablo 4 players are frustrated about the lack of level scaling, but many are finding lots to love about customization at the moment. The fact that it can be used to design a character that’s instantly recognizable as a parody of a completely different franchise speaks to how deep and detailed the options are. Blizzard is clearly still developing the Diablo 4 experience and more updates and patches are sure to come. Still, it’s apparent that the developer nailed at least one aspect of the game. Further, players are clearly taking advantage of this feature to create characters that delighting many more fans.

Diablo 4 is available now for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.

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