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Diablo III patch 2.0.1 will introduce a new version of the game’s Paragon system that will allow users to continuously level.

When patch 2.0.1 goes live the current Paragon level cap will be removed and Paragon levels will be shared across all heroes on an account. “All Normal heroes on an account will share a Paragon level,” the developer explains.

“Similarly, all Hardcore heroes on an account will share a Paragon level. After patch 2.0.1 goes live, any Paragon experience you gain on your Normal or Hardcore heroes will contribute to your account’s Normal Shared Paragon level or Hardcore Shared Paragon level, respectively.”

Players will also be able to earn Paragon Points with each level gained, which can split between Core, Offense, Defense, or Utility categories.

Diablo III Reaper of Souls is set to release March 25 and players can currently test out this new Paragon system on the Public Test Realm.

Source: Battle.net

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Diablo III’s new Paragon system detailed

By Matthew Bennett | 02/24/2014 08:50 AM PT

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Diablo III patch 2.0.1 will introduce a new version of the game’s Paragon system that will allow users to continuously level.

When patch 2.0.1 goes live the current Paragon level cap will be removed and Paragon levels will be shared across all heroes on an account. “All Normal heroes on an account will share a Paragon level,” the developer explains.

“Similarly, all Hardcore heroes on an account will share a Paragon level. After patch 2.0.1 goes live, any Paragon experience you gain on your Normal or Hardcore heroes will contribute to your account’s Normal Shared Paragon level or Hardcore Shared Paragon level, respectively.”

Players will also be able to earn Paragon Points with each level gained, which can split between Core, Offense, Defense, or Utility categories.

Diablo III Reaper of Souls is set to release March 25 and players can currently test out this new Paragon system on the Public Test Realm.

Source: Battle.net

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About Matthew Bennett

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89