Diablo Immortal is the newest addition to the ever-expanding catalog of games from Blizzard Entertainment. This hack-and-slash top-down action RPG has been on the top-tier list of casual and dedicated gamers for its high-paced gameplay. One of the reasons we love the Diablo franchise is the assortment of characters and classes you can select from. This variety gives you the ability to choose the class and gear that best fits your favorite playstyle.
While the newest iteration, Diablo Immortal, is made for mobile, there are many reasons to get excited. Returning players will find some familiar characters making their return, like the Barbarian and Necromancer, while still having plenty of new things to try out.
Read on to learn more about all of the Diablo Immortal Classes coming to mobile devices on June 2, 2022!
Diablo Immortal Classes
The Demon Hunter returns from Diablo 3 to Diablo Immortal once again. Much like the Amazon in previous iterations in the game, this character is a Dexterity and Vitality-based character, dealing massive amounts of quick burst damage at range to opponents. Based on the looks of early gameplay footage, it looks like you’ll be doing a lot of flipping, kiting, and setting traps.
Much like the Paladin in previous entries, the Crusader looks to be a hybrid class, part tank, and part DPS. If you plan on running the game solo and enjoy getting immersed in the pure PVE and narrative elements of Diablo Immortal, the Crusader could be super enjoyable to play. While the PVP player may feel underwhelmed with the skills available, only time will tell with this new Diablo Immortal class.
A mainstay in the Diablo franchise, the Barbarian is well known to any Diablo fan. Known for dealing immense damage or acting as the primary tank, the Barbarian player can try various playstyles. This makes the class very versatile, especially to new players of the game. We’re interested to see how this legacy character fares compared to other Diablo Immortal classes, since we’ve seen so much from this class already in previous games.
Needless to say, it looks like the Monk can kick some serious booty. A returning class from Diablo 3, the Monk is a high damage dealer. Equipped with multiple AOE attacks and lightning-fast strikes to take down single entity enemies, the Monk looks like it will be a blast to try. While we didn’t go deep in Diablo 3 on the Monk, we plan on playing them in this newest iteration.
Our personal favorite, the Necromancer, makes their storied return to the Diablo franchise. A class since Diablo 2, the Necromancer can raise fallen foes on the battlefield and use them to do battle. Nothing will make us forget spamming Raise Skelton in Diablo 2 and crashing our computers, just because we wanted to have some fun.
Last but certainly not least on the list is the Wizard. We’re not going to say outright that it’s just a new name for our beloved Sorceress, but it’s looking pretty close. With AOE spells like Arcane Torrent and single damage moves like Disintegrate, the Wizard may be many players’ go-to DPS option.
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