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Diablo Immortal Questions and tips to start the game

 Whether you've spent hundreds of hours playing Diablo or are visiting the franchise for the first time with Diablo Immortal, the mobile game raises a few questions. We have collected the most important answers for you and give you useful tips on how to get started with the game.

Diablo Immortal Questions and tips to start the game

Is Diablo Immortal Pay to Win?

You can download and play through Diablo Immortal completely for free. The story and all content are available to you for free. You can also get additional rewards through the Battle Pass. This is optionally available in a paid version, which is significantly more generous than the free version.

Most of the discussion about Pay to Win revolves around the Legendary Gems. These come in rarity levels 1, 2, and 5. Legendary 5-star gems are extremely rare, but they are also among the best items in the game.

The chance of getting a 5-star gem is extremely low. However, paying players have the option to increase the chance of getting high-value gems. Even then, however, there is no guarantee that you will actually receive the best items in the game.

Anyone who spends a lot of money can actually increase the chance of rare equipment in the endgame of Diablo Immortal. On the other hand, if you don't have any ambitions to get to the top of the leaderboards, this aspect shouldn't really matter to you.

What classes are there in Diablo Immortal?

In Diablo Immortal you can choose from six classes at the start: Sorcerer, Barbarian, Necromancer, Monk, Crusader, and Demon Hunter. In Diablo Immortal, you should really focus on a single class instead of playing multiple characters at the same time.

What do I have to consider when choosing a server?

To start playing Diablo Immortal you have to choose one of over 100 servers. If you want to play together with friends, they must be on the same server. However, crossplay with other servers is not possible.

How can I control Diablo Immortal?

Diablo Immortal is primarily designed for smartphones and can be easily controlled via your cell phone's touchscreen. Alternatively, you can also connect a Bluetooth controller to your smartphone if you find it easier to use the gamepad.

Diablo Immortal is also coming to PC. The game can also be operated there with a controller, but also with a mouse and keyboard. In order to be able to access the same save on both your PC and your smartphone, you must have or create an account on and link it to your smartphone.

How big is Diablo Immortal?

Diablo Immortal was advertised as a mobile game for many years. But don't let this label unsettle you, because Diablo Immortal is a full-fledged game with countless contents. So the game world is even bigger than last time in Diablo 3.

Depending on the pace of play**, the game's campaign will keep you busy** for 40 to 60 hours. Then the endgame awaits you, which is also much more extensive and varied than in Diablo 3.

Loot everything you find

An important tip right at the beginning: Collect all the items you find, including supposedly worthless white and blue items. Your inventory is surprisingly spacious and you can exchange all items at the blacksmith for crafting materials.

By default, you must pick up most items manually, but you can enable the option to automatically pick up items of all rarities in the menu.

Log in daily

Traditionally, Diablo rewards continuous grinding. Diablo Immortal, on the other hand, rewards you for doing a short session every day. So you get a reward for defeating your first opponent every day. So you can secure this even if you only want to invest a few minutes a day.

You will also receive a bounty every day as a daily quest. You can then either complete this daily or accumulate bounties over three days. At the latest then you should take the time to complete them. If there are already three bounties in your quest log, you will not receive any new quests the next day.