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Diablo Immortal Class Change - Rules, Limits, Requirements

All the rules, limits, and requirements for Diablo Immortal's Class Change feature released on 20th July 2022.
Diablo Immortal Class Change - Rules, Limits, Requirements

Nephalem across the globe have been waiting not-so-patiently for Diablo Immortal's Class Change feature to arrive in the world of Sanctuary. In a significant update on 20th July 2022, Blizzard finally released the Class Change feature for Diablo Immortal.

In this article, we outline all the rules, requirements, and limits of this long-awaited Class Change mechanic, so let's jump straight into the details.

Diablo Immortal Class Change Feature - How To Use

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Don't like your current class in Diablo Immortal? You can finally change it, thanks to the latest update. (Picture: Blizzard)

Blizzard has finally unleashed the Class Change feature to alleviate some pressure associated with picking the right class in Diablo Immortal.

Using the Class Change feature in Diablo Immortal gives players a relatively fresh start while maintaining most of their progression (more on that later). 

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Head to the Shifting Flames brazier in Westmarch to get started. (Picture: Blizzard)

To start using Diablo Immortal's Class Change feature, head to Westmarch and then to the Shifting Flames brazier.

The Class Change mechanic only becomes available once you reach character level 35, the only real requirement for using it in Diablo Immortal.

Diablo Immortal Class Change - Rules & Limits

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There are some rules and limitations in place for Diablo Immortal's Class Change feature. (Picture: Blizzard)

Players can only use the Class Change feature once every seven (7) days. There is, however, also a "one-time option to immediately revert to your previous class." This skips the seven-day waiting period, but it is a one-time-only affair.

Check out some rules and limits to the Diablo Immortal Class Change feature as outlined by Blizzard below.

  • When you change to each class for the first time, you can set the appearance of your character and receive a full reset of your Paragon Trees.
  • Upon changing to each class for the first time, you will be granted placeholder gear. The placeholder gear will have an equivalent rank to the previously equipped gear of your last class.
  • All Clan, Warband and other social group affiliations will carry over.
  • Some class-specific cosmetics and gear will not carry over when you change classes. All gear equipped to your previous class will be available in your inventory. Any cosmetics owned for a class will be retained on that class and will be available upon changing back to it.

In the latest Diablo Immortal blog post, Blizzard also states that there are no "current" plans for players to purchase the ability to change classes more frequently. This is a good move, as there has already been a lot of backlash about Diablo Immortal's monetization system.

In case you haven't seen it, check out our video below, where we discuss Diablo Immortal's story and how the game fits into the franchise's timeline.

So there you have it, all the limits, requirements, and rules for Diablo Immortal's Class Change feature, which was finally released on 20th July 2022.

For more on the game and the iconic ARPG franchise, check out our section dedicated to Diablo Immortal guides, news, leaks, and much more.

 

Featured image courtesy of Blizzard Entertainment.