While there are many classes to choose from when playing Diablo Immortal, some do stand out above the rest, and for very good reason. However, thanks to Diablo being an exceptionally balanced game, no class is outright unplayable. That being said, you might want to know what the best and worst classes are in the game, well we have you covered there.
We've put together a tiered list ranking all the classes in Diablo Immortal from best to worst. We have also taken into account how player-friendly each class is, along with the strengths and weaknesses of the classes themselves to give you the most well-rounded list possible.
Diablo Immortal Class Tier List - S Tier
The Crusader Class is the best all-around option for both offence and defence. (Picture: Blizzard Entertainment)
The Crusader takes to the top of the tier list with its high damage output and solid defences, making it an ideal class for any player regardless of skill level in Diablo Immortal. The Crusader boasts powerful AoE attacks and high resistances as well making it suitable for crow control and tanking considerate damage on the front lines.
It also has the benefit of being able to mount a steed in battle. This allows you to increase your overall speed and move around the battlefield with ease. Allowing the Crusader to solo in Rifts or PvP (Player versus Player) battles.
To try out the Crusader class for yourself, here's our guide on putting together the best Crusader build in Diablo Immortal.
The Demon Hunter class is considered to be one of the best classes in the game, boasting the highest DPS (Damage per Second) and powerful starting skills that make it a breeze for any player to jump right into the action. The Demon Hunter class also has various skills that allow for manoeuvrability around the battlefield, and a few AOE (Area of Effect) attacks that can deal damage to many enemies at once.
The Demon Hunter class is mainly a ranged attacker and so it only suffers in terms of armour ratings and overall health. But with its increased speed, and high damage output, this class can easily pick off powerful enemies and get back behind the front lines without taking unnecessary or lethal damage, making it ideal for large crowds or PvP solo players.
To try out the Demon Hunter class for yourself, here's our guide on putting together the best Demon Hunter build in Diablo Immortal.
Diablo Immortal Class Tier List - A Tier
The Wizard is considered a lower tier for its weaker defences and durability, but we think it makes up for this tenfold with its high DPS only matched by the Demon Hunter class. Perhaps it can be considered a glass cannon, but with its powerful magic abilities, devastating AOE attacks and high mobility, the Wizard class can hold its own on the battlefield.
The Wizard class might not be the easiest class to learn to wield as its skill synergies and AOE attacks take some time to get right in regards to timing, but once you do this class can deal some real damage, especially in the late game. SO learning how to master the Wizard class is a viable option for the veteran players of Diablo Immortal.
To try out the Wizard class for yourself, here's our guide on putting together the best Wizard build in Diablo Immortal.
The Barbarian is considered the easiest class to play in Diablo immortal and is highly recommended for first-time players. Being a berserker type, the Barbarian offers powerful attacks that can stun and crush your enemies quickly and easily.
Being a tanky class makes it easy to get right into the heart of the action and become a tornado of death to your enemies, with high DPS and surprising mobility the Barbarian offers a lot to both new players and veterans of the game. They only suffer from some drawbacks, being high cool down times and struggling with single target play, but it's a worthy trade-off for being the true definition of a tank.
To try out the Barbarian class for yourself, here's our guide on putting together the best Barbarian build in Diablo Immortal.
Diablo Immortal Class Tier List - B Tier
Even though they sit in the B-Tier, it doesn't make these classes any less viable, only that the drawbacks are more prominent than in other classes.
The Necromancer class offers the ability to summon minions to tank hits and draw aggro from enemies while you hang back and cast powerful AOE and single-target attacks. Making it ideal for players who love to summon creatures and have to work with them to dominate and overwhelm your enemies.
Though the drawbacks are something to be considered, as they suffer from poor mobility, and difficulty in managing the minions during a heated battle can make the Necromancer more of a liability than a beneficial class. It also leaves you wide open in PvP scenarios as the opposing players simply need to evade the minions to deal damage to you, so they can be tough to master even for veteran players.
To try out the Necromancer class for yourself, here's our guide on putting together the best Necromancer build in Diablo Immortal.
The Monk class is the most difficult to use due to its lack of balance and though its attack stats are high, most players won't consider the Monk class very useful. (Picture: Blizzard Entertainment)
The Monk is considered to be the most complicated class to master for any player as it requires that you can balance support and damage. The Monk class can take a lot of damage, similar to the Wizard class but has high physical damage and melee combat skills.
What makes it difficult to use and master is its poor ability to perform single target attacks, meaning that multiple enemies that move around can easily overwhelm you. Making this class is difficult to balance, especially in PvP with its high attack damage, but poor precision, weak defences and low durability.
To try out the Monk class for yourself, here's our guide on putting together the best Monk build in Diablo Immortal.
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