Diablo Immortal has six class options at launch for players to try out. With six classes to choose from, some players may have a difficult time finding the class that works best for them. None of the classes in Diablo Immortal are bad or useless, and each has its own perks and benefits. All six classes are ranked below in a tier list, but figuring out which class is truly best comes down to the player and their playstyle.
All Diablo Immortal Classes, Ranked
S-Tier (Crusader and Demon Hunter)
A Crusader is a great choice for both new and returning players. Crusaders have a lot of options when it comes to playstyle. They are essentially a jack of all trades. Players in this class can deal heavy damage with great AoE and crowd control. They can also carry their own weight when it comes to tanking and buffing teammates and allies on the field.
|High versatility in gameplay options.||Primary Skills can be a bit underwhelming at times.|
|Can buff allies and teammates in battle.||Relies a bit much on crowd-control and AoE attacks.|
|Great AoE attacks that are helpful in a pinch.||Skills and Abilities have a high cooldown compared to other classes.|
Demon Hunters also shine when it comes to versatility. With both Physical and Ranged attacks, Demon Hunters provide players with a lot of options in combat. If players target one enemy at a time, there are few classes that can stand next to Demon Hunters when it comes to pure DPS output.
|Deals heavy damage in battle.||Require support heavily in PvP situations.|
|Lots of variety in gameplay and attacks.||Low mobility, which hinders players in combat.|
|Main Skills are useful and don't get old.||Not much defense/HP.|
|-||Can't buff allies and teammates.|
A-Tier (Necromancer and Barbarian)
Necromancers hold the power of death in their hands. This class is a great option for players who enjoy the perks of magic-based combat. Necromancers utilize summons, pets, and AoE attacks in combat to fend off foes consistently throughout the game.
|Great Solo class for lone players.||Low mobility in combat.|
|AoE attacks really come in handy in combat.||Skills can rely too heavily on summons and pets to stand alone in combat.|
|Pets/summons are great and can tank damage.||Not much defense/HP.|
Barbarians are brutal melee fighters that can deal huge damage to enemies. Barbarians can get themselves, and teammates, out of some tight situations. But they rely heavily on up-close and personal fighting, which may not be ideal for some players.
|Great mobility on the field.||Not much versatility in combat.|
|Great at crowd-control and AoE damage.||Skills and Abilities have a high cooldown.|
|Great HP and defense.||Relies too heavily on close-combat and AoE attacks.|
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B-Tier (Wizard and Monk)
Wizards are the classic magic users in Diablo Immortal. This class has the most options and applications in larger crowds and has great movement and speed. Skills and Abilities can have long cooldowns, however, that require players to pay too much attention to placement on the field.
|Great AoE and crowd-control options.||Low defense/HP.|
|Can teleport later in the game.||Skills and Abilities can take a while to recharge.|
|Great when with allies/a team.||Relies heavily on AoE attacks.|
Monks may be the lowest on this list, but the class is far from bad. Monks have many uses and really shine in PvP/PvE group gameplay. They're a huge help when playing with others. This class is a great option for players who enjoy occupying a more support-based role.
|Skills and Abilities have a low cooldown.||High learning curve.|
|Can give buffs and shields to teammates and allies on the field.||Relies heavily on Skills and combos in combat.|
|Fast-paced gameplay with lots of movement options.||Low defense/HP and can be quick to die in combat.|
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