How to Reset Paragon Points in Diablo Immortal

Here's how to reset Paragon Points in Diablo Immortal, so you can make the most out of your character in different situations.

After you reach level 60 in Diablo Immortal, the leveling doesn’t stop. Your leveling progress continues, but rather than gaining base character levels, you gain what’s known as Paragon levels. Each Paragon level rewards players with 1 Paragon point, which you can invest into several Paragon trees for bonus attributes and specialization skills. Your choices are not permanent. This guide will show you how to reset Paragon points in Diablo Immortal.

What are Paragon Points in Diablo Immortal?

Paragon points accumulate every level past 60 in Diablo Immortal. The system initially made its way into Diablo 3 and Reaper of Souls, and it works similarly in Diablo Immortal–use points to unlock bonus attributes and skills within each specialization. There are persistent attributes and specialization skills.

As you may have guessed, persistent attributes are bonuses always active on your character. These can include stats like more life, damage, armor, armor penetrations, etc. On the other hand, Specialization Skills are bonuses applied when the Paragon tree is active, and you put a point into the specialization.

How to Reset Paragon Points in Diablo Immortal

To reset Paragon points in Diablo Immortal:

  • Launch Diablo Immortal and load into the game.
  • Tap on the three bars on the top-right to open the menu.
  • Tap on the Paragon option (or press “P” on PC).
  • Find and tap the Refresh button to the left of the “Available Points” text.

Players get one free Paragon point reset per week in Diablo Immortal. The weekly reset occurs at 3 a.m. server time on Monday. 

Where is the Reset Paragon Points Button in Diablo Immortal

A common thing players wonder is if the Armory saves your Paragon choices. The Armory can swap between your Active paragon tree, but it cannot redistribute points for you. You have only one Paragon reset per week, and there’s currently no way the Armory can account for this. However, if you have points in two Paragon trees and prefer activating different trees for different builds, the Armory can do this for you.

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