Diablo Immortal is now available for mobile and PC, and it’s already a hit – here are some tips on which class to choose to get started.
Choose a class in Diablo Immortal it is a challenge in itself. Not only are there six unique classes, each with their own strengths and weaknesses, but this is how Diablo Immortal is monetized. Microtransactions such as the battle pass must be purchased for each character, so before you start spending all your sweat-eared cash, come and take a look at the classes and what they have to offer. This guide will help you choose the best class with which to start Diablo Immortal as consciously as possible.
The Barbarian is all about closing the gap between you and your target while doing as much damage as possible. This gigantic brute warrior runs headfirst into battlewaving his arms like a bloodthirsty behemoth fueled by his rage and endless pre-workout distribution.
Chained Spear draws enemies into a cone towards you, allowing you to slice them until there’s nothing left. Once close, Maul of the Ancients delivers a devastating blow, shattering enemies to smithereens. There is also one of the players’ favorite hits, Whirlwind, which turns you into a continuous tornado rotation of death and destruction. Attacks like Dash and Furious Charge offer high mobility while doing damage, allowing you to chain attacks smoothly. If you like characters who do a lot of damage and play moderately risky when it comes to managing health, the Barbarian is your type of class.
Equipped with heavy pieces of armor, the Crusader is a sacred moving fortress that knocks down whatever comes within range. Diablo-style version of the more traditional Paladin, the Crusader mixes melee combat with a touch of range using the Spinning Shield attack that brings enemies close to you. Celestial Sword summons a heavenly weapon that impales the ground, dealing area damage to anyone nearby. Give yourself some breathing room with Dazzling Shieldan attack that temporarily blinds enemies so that you can deal a few more hits with Sweep Attack.
Eliminating the demons in front of you efficiently is important, but the Crusader really focuses on mitigating the damage and getting the chestnuts off the fire for allies. Slow and methodical, the Crusader gives you a good amount of time to think between the various cooldowns, so you can explore the battlefield. This class is ideal for those who value survival more than anything else.
Demon Hunter –
The Demon Hunter is an incredibly agile class designed to dodge and dive between attacks while shooting a storm of arrows directly in the face of the enemy. Hugging hit-and-run strategiesthe Demon Hunter allows you to use the main attack on the go.
The Demon Hunter is all about keep enemies at bay while attacking as a Knockback Shot, which releases a large arrow that knocks enemies back, they keep that gap open between you and them. Rain of Vengeance causes massive amounts of damage by launching a torrent of arrows from above, making it a great skill to use within various bottlenecks. There are also abilities like Deadly Momentum that are able to get you out of dangerous situations and do some damage at the same time. If you are someone who doesn’t like to sit still for more than two seconds, then you’ve come to the right place.
How fastest melee fighter in Immortal, the Monk focuses on dexterity to deliver devastating blows in quick succession. He hits fast and can put together a moderate amount of damage before being knocked out of a fight. Monks have tons of tools and skills to mitigate damage, unlocking shields and recovery options at higher levels.
Shot of the Cyclone it’s an ability that, once charged, can attract enemies to itself. Or you can throw yourself straight at them like a teenager at a Harry Styles concert with Flying Kick, knocking opponents back while doing extra damage if you can bounce off a wall. Seven Sided Strike hits enemies in quick succession, punching multiple enemies at a time for damage sharing between them or hitting for additional bonus damage when used on a single enemy. If you are a martial arts fan and love being in the heart of battle, without worrying too much about your personal safety, the Monk seems like the perfect class for you.
Class for those who like to open an ice cold beer from time to time, get comfortable and watch others do the heavy lifting. A mix of ranged and melee combat, the Necromancer is an interesting hybrid class. Most of the time, you will use Dominion over Skeletonssummoning the undead as your personal bodyguard as you slice through your enemies safely from a distance.
Skills such as Corpse explosion use the remains of fallen enemies as a weapon. Grim Scythe is a powerful attack that deals damage to those who get too close to it. Summon an eruption of spikes from the ground with a loadable attack, Bone Spikes. Necromancers have decent health and ample survivability to withstand ambushes.
Like Diablo Immortal’s proverbial glass cannon, the Wizard can make a ton of elemental and arcane magical attacks with a smug air from the rear. The mage can hit almost any enemy on the battlefield but can’t handle much when enemies come close to hit them. Arcane Wind is a charged attack that sends your opponents backwards and does bonus damage when used after making fire-based attacks like Meteor, which is a giant fireball attack. With Nova of the Lightning, you can hit enemies all around you in a 360 degree arc. With Frostbeam, unleash a beam of magical energy that slows enemies while dealing massive damage.
Now that you have a better idea of what each class provides, keep in mind that the more you use them, more benefits and skills you will receive in the late game of Diablo Immortal. Keep your eyes peeled on Gazzetta.it for other useful tips and tricks. But now go out there, take up your weapons and save Sanctuary while you can!
Written by Steve Esposito for GLHF
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