Diablo Immortal Cheats and Tips
Pick your class carefully
Which class to choose for your first character in any RPG is always a big decision, but in Diablo Immortal, the choice takes on even more importance than in previous entries in the franchise. This is because there is no shared stash in Diablo Immortal, meaning there is no way to transfer items found by one character on your account to another. Certain battle pass rewards can also only be claimed on one character per account, meaning subsequent characters will be at a further disadvantage. You don’t want to get too deep into one character only to realize you don’t care for the class and then have to start all over from scratch. Blizzard will be implementing a class change feature that will essentially allow players to convert their character into another class every so often, but the feature won’t be available at launch. With that in mind, make sure to pick a class you’ll be happy playing for at least a few months, lest you fall behind. Each class has its own strengths and weaknesses, but are all fairly balanced, so there are no bad picks. The Crusader and Monk, for example, excel at area-of-effect damage and support spells, while the Demon Hunter and Necromancer bring high single-target damage to the table. Both the Barbarian and Wizard can dish out some significant AOE damage as well, so it all comes down to whatever playstyle you prefer.
Form (or join) a Warband
Warbands are a new feature in Diablo Immortal that essentially work as a mini-clan for up to eight players. If you have a group of friends you are going to be regularly playing Diablo Immortal with, it’s a no-brainer to make a Warband. Why? Because you get extra rewards, of course. Completing group content as a Warband allows members to claim extra rewards on a regular basis, and members of the same Warband also have a shared stash where members can deposit and take items, with some restrictions. You’ll need to progress the main story to a certain point in order to unlock this feature, but once you do, it’s definitely worth making one.
Turn on auto pick-up
You’ll constantly be finding new items in Diablo Immortal, and even when you don’t want to use them, you’ll still want to pick them up and break them down at the blacksmith for salvage that is used to upgrade your gear. By default (at least in the early access build we’ve played) auto item pick-up is turned off. Turn this on in the game settings immediately, and make it so items of any rarity are automatically gathered. Eventually you might want to filter out some item rarities for auto pick-up, but starting out it’s a good idea to take and salvage everything you aren’t using.
Don’t stress about gear starting out
Early on, diving into the nitty gritty details of your gear isn’t all that necessary. Instead, simply look at whatever items are in your inventory and find the ones that have a green, upward pointing arrow. That means the item is an upgrade and you should probably equip it. At higher levels, you’ll want to start prioritizing certain stats over others depending on your class, but starting out, it’s not too big of a deal. The game also doesn’t factor in various magic affixes that some gear may have, so keep an eye out for beneficial bonuses on gear that may give you a reason to equip one specific piece over another.