Diablo 3 leaderboards are a feature coming to Patch 2.1, which was a primary content patch for Reaper of Souls.
An Introduction of Diablo 3 Leaderboards
Leaderboards are typically the UI display of the ladders that Blizzard is calling Seasons. As you know, Seasons are Diablo 3’s version of the Diablo 2 Ladders, and they were attached to Reaper of Souls in Patch 2.1.
So, leaderboards in Diablo 3 will show the top characters in each Season, ranked by different criteria.
The updated rankings often display the highest Greater Rifts (and the time needed) by groups of 2-4 players or solo classes. These can be strained to present everybody on the server, your group, your friend’s list, other players in your area, etc. Besides, leaderboards record the first 1000 accounts on every server to attain level 70 (with every class) as well as the first to finish the different seasonal Conquests.
In a sum, leaderboards can track progress for Seasonal achievement points, Seasonal Conquests, and Greater Rifts across a range of game styles. Designed to be detailed and instructive, they permit you to compare your progress to your friends, members of the group, and so on.
Depending on each board, you can track the progress differently.
You should determine that Conquests are only tracked on Seasonal characters. That’s why these leaderboards won’t come with a non-Season equivalent.
The same will be right for the Seasonal achievement points. Since achievements and Conquests are account-wide, their related leaderboard won’t separate between Hardcore and Normal.
Greater Rift leaderboards
These leaderboards will be separated between both Normal and Hardcode gameplay modes as well as Seasonal and Non-Seasonal characters.
So, to promote a range of play style and permit you to check yourself against the similar competitors, we’ve broken up the Greater Rift leaderboards into the following categories as well.
- Solo for each class such as top players for Crusader, Demon Hunter or Barbarian.
- 2-Player groups
- 3-Player groups
- 4-Player groups
Who reaches Paragon level 1,000 in Hardcode?
When it comes to Diablo 3 leaderboards, particularly who the best player is, it’s best to focus on each leaderboard.
At this point, we will show an example of a player who reaches Paragon level 1,000 in Hardcode successfully.
His nickname is Nokieka, and he is the Russian player.
Some sites have somewhat mistaken what his achievement means. Since Paragon levels are account-wide per mode, they’re shared across all Nokieka’s Hardcode characters.
Basically, he didn’t arrive at Paragon level 1,000 without dying. According to his Career page, he fell some Fallen Heroes throughout his Hardcode life while playing.
However, he is now top of the Hardcode ranking with a score of 1,002 thanks to the increase from his Season 1 characters. Also, he tops the Season 1 leaderboard, having acquired a Hardcode Paragon level of 948.
In order to reach level 1,000, you need to gain at least 10,311,327,480,000 XP. Will you attain it overnight?
And if you want to see the moment that Nokieka attained 1,000, take a look below. Who knows, you might be the next player after watching.
To sum up
By viewing Diablo 3 leaderboards, it’s easy to track your progress as well as your friends or other players in this game. From there, you get a big motivation to overcome them to gain the best position.
Which position are you now? Is it good or bad? Try to improve it and then keep in mind to share your best performance with us. We’d love to see.