Diablo Immortal Class Guide - The Best Classes for Beginners

 

Diablo Immortal Class Guide - The Best Classes for Beginners

Despite the mobility, Diablo Immortal is a full-fledged serious game with many hours of story, tasks, and large locations. Also, gamers can create a character and choose one of six classes. In this guide, we will talk about each of them, and describe the main features and strengths.


What do classes affect?

The choice of class determines the style of your game. The Crusader and Barbarian are heavyweight warriors that take most of the damage, while the Necromancer, Monk, and Demon Hunter have to compensate for their low defense with mobility. The magician stands apart, which is equally good at fast movements and direct collisions.

Depending on which class you choose, the approach to the content offered by Diablo Immortal also differs. Some classes are best-played solo, such as Demon Hunter or Barbarian.

You may want to quickly clear an area of ​​enemies using your mobility, a monk or wizard will help you with this. On the other hand, standing still there is a risk of dying quickly.

The class system always encourages players to experiment, fortunately, the developers have provided the ability to change if you get bored. Read more in our guide for beginners.


Necromancer

Necromancer


The Necromancer is a spellcaster/summoner hybrid that uses minions to do all the dirty work. If you've played the Diablo 2 or 3 version of this class, you'll find many familiar skills, including summoning various skeletons and golems. The Necromancer also uses deadly spells, such as the classic "corpse explosion" to take down enemies from afar. The gamer can focus on summons, spells, or a combination of both, making it uniquely flexible. If you want to experiment with different playstyles, Necromancer is for you.

The real strength of this class lies in its minions and Corpse Explosion. Having servants at your disposal ensures a smooth and safe play style. As soon as the minions and spells kill one or two enemies, the one-second "corpse explosion" makes it easy to destroy the rest of the monster pack. The Necromancer is good in any situation, plus it's one of the easiest classes to learn, making it the number one choice for newcomers to Diablo Immortal.


Demon Hunter

Demon Hunter

Demon Hunter is another class from Diablo 3. He is armed with two crossbows to pierce enemies from afar. If you've played this class before, its excellent mobility and good ranged damage will feel familiar. MOBA players looking for a ranged combat experience will also feel right at home as they dart around the area and fire volleys of arrows from all directions.

The Demon Hunter relies on movement skills to survive. This class also has the best single-target damage, allowing for a smooth leveling and an important role in the squad.


Wizard

Wizard

The sorceress was also present in Diablo 3, and you can easily recognize the familiar image in Diablo Immortal. This class is proficient in elemental and arcane magic, can knock back swarms of monsters, and remains mobile with the signature teleport spell.

As the only pure caster in Diablo Immortal, the wizard deals excellent area damage at the cost of a longer cooldown and average single target damage. For maximum success in battle, gather enemies into groups. Then the wizard will show himself best, causing significant damage to entire units.

This class is somewhat harder to master but will be much more effective than other heroes once you unlock its full potential. In the right hands, the wizard can progress through the game faster than any other class in Diablo Immortal, making him an excellent choice for progressing through the story.


Crusader

Crusader

The Crusader is an upgraded paladin from Diablo 2 that combines melee combat with holy magic. The Crusader will rely on buffs and debuffs to buff himself and his teammates during encounters.

The class has excellent area-of-effect and crowd-control abilities, and can easily break through the hordes of Hell. However, Crusader has fairly low single-target damage, and his long ability cooldowns mean you'll auto-attack a lot. This makes single leveling a bit tedious. A true crusader becomes indispensable in a group game, especially in boss battles.

The spinning shield throwing skill deals damage to enemies in front of you and pulls them in your direction when the shield returns. Once they've grouped up, use the "radiant shield" to blind them for enough time and clear the area. You can even use your horse to attack and hook enemies to form squads.


Barbarian

Barbarian

If you want the biggest and baddest character in Diablo Immortal, go for the barbarian. This is a class of melee fighters, ideal for those who prefer to be in the thick of things.

Barbarians have fantastic AoE damage and health, but like crusaders, they are especially useful in a squad with other players. A single passage may seem boring and too monotonous to you. However, the barbarian is probably the easiest class for a beginner. You don't have to run and come up with combinations - just take axes and fight.

As a barbarian, be prepared to use health potions regularly, but the damage dealt by the hero is worth it. His basic attack has a passive ability that heals the character based on the percentage of damage dealt with every third hit, which is great for single-target combat. The combination of "chain spear", "split" and "hammer of the ancients" will help you easily clear the area from large clusters of opponents.


Monk

Monk

Although the role of a monk is similar in appearance to that of a crusader, the style of play is completely different. The monk has similar utility and crowd control, but replaces the crusader's heavy weapons and shield with fast melee combat. This is another very mobile class that can easily avoid damage. If you have chosen a monk, get ready to run all over the map.

Like the crusader, the monk has many useful properties. The class has various defensive abilities that help teammates survive. Monk is another class that is great for group content but can be a little boring in solo play. However, raid units will always need monks and their useful defensive abilities. The monk is reliable, and there is a place for him in every clan.

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