The first step in Diablo Immortal is to choose your character class, an action that determines your destiny in that game. Each class has a very defined style of play and you will have to stick to it to overcome the most difficult challenges in the video game. Then I tell you everything you need to know to choose wisely between all classes.
physical class and body to body by excellence. If you want to battle on the front lines like a convict and rip your enemies apart with physical attacks, the Barbarian should be your go-to class. His description goes like this:
“Savage warriors who protect the sacred lands of their ancestors with brutal melee attacks and inexhaustible rage that they unleash on the hour of demons.”
This class is ideal for beginning players, both the game and veteran players recommend it to start with. Its utility is very simple and it has damage and resistance statistics ideal for “button pounding” for those who do not control Diablo. His attacks are in area, so he also serves as crowd controller.
The bad thing about the Barbarian is that he is not very good in 1vs1 combat (at least not as good as against groups), that he has few defensive actions and that some cooldowns are excessively long for the combat style of the character.
The Crusader is a class Very versatile. Tanks: While dealing melee damage, he casts abilities that buff the rest of the party. It’s a bit more complex than the Barbarian, but it’s also a highly recommended option for solo beginners.
“Unflinching champions of the faith who use their holy magic and heavy armor to resist enemy attacks, all the while striking down demons with burning fire and blinding light.”
An example of Crusader’s versatility is that while hitting enemies he can use the ability Holy Bannerwhich “inspires nearby allies for 10 sec, increasing critical strike chance by 100%, but reducing critical strike damage by double to 135%. Critical strike chance above 100% grants up to a 65% bonus critical hit damage.”
The bad thing about the Crusader is that the ability cooldown is usually high, the 1vs1 damage isn’t great, and the basic attacks could be better.
The Demon Hunter is on the opposite side of the Barbarian and the Crusader. This class is dedicated to solo players who want ranged combat. His strong point is 1vs1 combat where he can focus all his attacks on one target. His weak point is large groups of enemies.
“Relentless vigilantes exacting revenge on the demonic horde with an arsenal of arrows, explosives, and mechanisms as they move relentlessly to stay out of their reach.”
Another of its strengths is that you can ranged attack while moving, something very important for the first bars of the adventure and against powerful enemies. It is a very specific class, which does not give rise to too much variety of constructions, which does not contribute to the group (more than its damage) and which requires a high level of strategic knowledge from the player.
The Monk class is one of the most complex of Diablo Immortal. In good hands, you can make melee attacks thanks to the character’s knowledge of Martial Arts and keep your allies alive for longer. It is a very agile and fast class.
Sacred martial artists who channel divine energy on the battlefield to unleash powerful melee attacks, activate swift movement, and summon barriers to protect themselves and their allies.
Its enormous mobility, great area damage and the possibility of creating shields for allies are its strengths. On the other hand, the Monk relies solely on skills, his solo attack is very poor and he is the worst class to go solo for beginners.
We return to ranged combat! The Wizard is a class focused on the use of magic and ranged attacks. They cast spells and control the elements. They are experts in very powerful attacks in the area. Very weak to melee damage, but highly lethal from a distance.
Rogue sorcerers who channel arcane energies into combinations of powerful magic capable of manipulating and destroying their enemies.
It is a very complex class because it is necessary to find the synergy between their abilities to perform devastating combos. Not to mention that it is necessary to launch each attack with precision. This requires advanced knowledge of the class.
Ability cooldown is very high, offers no buffs to teammates (other than its damage), and is extremely weak against physicals.
The Necromancer class is a favorite of veteran players and beginners alike. Although many people describe it as a class only for those who have played Diablo, the truth is that it is a very valid class to start in Immortal.
Masters of life and death who harness the power of the dead and torment their enemies with skeletal minions and dark magic.
We are before the crowd controller by excellence. It deals massive damage to groups of enemies, making it ideal for both solo and co-op play. They are an important support for the group. Furthermore, they can make invocations to increase the number of allies.
The ability to summon, his abilities (especially ultimates) and his huge area damage (and against singles) make the Necromancer one of the favorite classes. However, he does have weaknesses: his mobility is low and you can become overly reliant on summons.
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