Diablo 4 Barbarian Charge Not Working Issue

The Diablo 4 Barbarian Charge not working issue is puzzling many players that have opted to go with this class, and the skill seems to be bugged. Or perhaps the developers intentionally made it weaker on the sly, who knows? In this guide, we are going to try and analyze what’s going on and whether there’s anything you can do about it.

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diablo 4 barbarian charge not working issue
Diablo 4 Barbarian Charge Not Working Issue

Diablo 4 Barbarian Charge Skill Bugged, Not Working Properly Issue

The Barbarian Charge skill may or may not be bugged in Diablo 4, but it’s definitely not working properly. The issue is that it’s supposed to make you “become Unstoppable and rush forward, pushing enemies with you then swinging through them for 100 damage and Knocking them Back.” It did that in the beta. It was amazing to lunge into monsters, pick several up on the way, then slam them into a wall or something. However, that’s not what it’s doing now. You’re lucky if you slam only one enemy. It rushes clean through everybody else, and sometimes just whiffs completely. It remains unclear whether it’s a bug or a stealth nerf at time of writing.

Whatever the case may be, the Barbarian Charge skill in Diablo 4 is just not working properly. So, if you’re playing the raging hulk, just keep that in mind for now. It’s nowhere near as useful as it used to be. I don’t know whether you should invest skill points into it or not at this juncture. If it’s not a nerf and the developers fix the skill at some point, then sure, put one or two in. If it is a nerf, then it’s absolutely not worth it. Maybe it’s safest to go with a build that doesn’t rely on the Charge at all for the time being. What are your thoughts on the subject? Feel free to vent your frustrations in the comments (as long as you keep it civil).

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