Diablo Immortal: List of All Classes Available in the Game

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Diablo Immortal offers players a chance to play with different classes of heroes who have different abilities according to their classes. Here is a list of all playable classes in the game currently.

Diablo Immortal is a free-to-play, massively multiplayer online action role-playing video game developed by Blizzard Entertainment and NetEase. It is set between the events of Diablo 2 and Diablo 3.

The game is made more exciting by implementing the different playable class systems. At the beginning of the game, players can choose from a pool of playable character classes. There are 6 different classes in the game currently, with new ones to be added in the distant future. Each class has its own unique abilities and perks.

Here we will discuss all the classes that are currently available in the game. So if you are a new player and want to choose your first-ever class to start the game, give this article a proper read to understand all about the classes in Diablo Immortal.

Classes in Diablo Immortal

Diablo Immortal is a successor to all the previous Diablo games. The game sees many fan-favorite Diablo Immortal classes return. Whether it’s the Barbarian, Monk, or Necromancer. It won’t be exactly the same, though, as NetEase and Activision have adjusted the experience quite fundamentally to fit on mobile.

There are currently 6 playable classes in Diablo Immortal. They are:

  • Barbarian
  • Crusader
  • Demon Hunter
  • Monk
  • Necromancer
  • Wizard

1. Barbarian

DI barbarian
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The Barbarians are the tank-damage dealer type of class in Diablo Immortal. They are ideal for those who enjoy getting covered in blood. They can tank a lot of damage and, in return, also deal a ton of damage with their attacks and abilities.


  • Hammer of the Ancients – Calls forth a massive hammer to smash enemies in front of you.
  • Chained Spear – Throw spears that damage enemies and pull them to you.
  • Whirlwind – Become a whirlwind of steel, continually striking all nearby enemies while moving.
  • Blood and Fury – Ultimate attack of Barbarians. Powers up the lacerate damage and hits enemies from far away.


  • Very high mobility.
  • Hack and Slash type of fun gameplay.
  • Great AoE damage.
  • Provides useful group buffs.


  • Single-target damage isn’t great.
  • Constantly takes damage.
  • Long cooldowns.
  • Melee DPS are more squishy in later content.

2. Crusader

DI crusaider
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Crusader is one of the best tanky characters in the game. They have a powerful sword and shield and rely on power-up buffs to win team battles or escape dungeons more quickly. They are one of the best support classes in the game for their skill and abilities.


  • Conjuration of Light – Call down a beam of holy light from the heavens, protecting you and all nearby allies.
  • Judgment – Pass judgment on all enemies within an area, dealing damage and slowing them.
  • Spinning Shield – Hurl a spinning shield, inflicting damage to all enemies in its path.


  • Fastest class in the game for Draw and Quarter passive ability.
  • High AoE DPS.
  • Great group buffs.
  • Large kit of defensive abilities.


  • Single-target damage is not that good.
  • Primary attacks are a bit less powerful.
  • Hard to avoid taking damage.
  • Weak in PvP mode.

3. Demon Hunter

DI Demon Hunter
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Demon hunters are the most versatile character in the game. They dish out the most single-target damage in the game currently. They are mostly designed for ranged DPS players who prefer taking out their opponents with a single shot before running away to safety.


  • Rain of Vengeance – Fire a massive volley of arrows into the air that rain down for several seconds.
  • Daring Swing – Swing on a rope to a nearby location, damaging enemies on the way while they cannot attack you.
  • Knockback Shot – Fires a shadowy bolt of energy that damages and knocks away enemies.


  • Highest single-target damage in the game.
  • Fight enemies from range, while also moving.
  • PvP allows for tactical gameplay.
  • You can use Primary attacks and skills at the same time.


  • Very squishy, more of a glass cannon class.
  • Small choice of builds to play.
  • No group buffs.
  • Low mobility.

4. Monk

DI monk
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The Monk in Diablo Immortal is excellent for interacting closely with enemies and monsters. Due to their reliance on buffs and agility, they may take some time to get acclimated to, but the raw strength more than makes up for it.


  • Wave of Light – Crush enemies in an area with a focused wave of light.
  • Cyclone Strike – Generate a vortex of wind that pulls in enemies and deals damage.
  • Seven-Sided Strike – Dashes rapidly between nearby enemies, dealing damage over 7 strikes.


  • Fast and fun gameplay
  • High AoE DPS.
  • High mobility.
  • Provides group buffs and shields.


  • Requires skill combos and constant button mashing.
  • Harder to avoid damage.
  • Single-target DPS isn’t great.
  • Not many skills for solo play.

5. Necromancer

DI necro
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Necromancers can summon their minions to fight for them from the corpse of dead enemies. Necromancers also have a good amount of damage through their basic attacks. Necromancers offer a really fun and unique style of play which might be fun to some people out there.


  • Command Golem – Summon a bone golem to deal damage.
  • Corpse Explosion – Detonate all corpses in a target area.
  • Skeletal Mage – Summon an immobile skeletal mage.


  • Great balance of single-target and AoE DPS.
  • Amazing buffs for raids.
  • Best ultimate ability in the game.
  • Pets can be used for almost anything.


  • Poor mobility and can be very reliant on having corpses.
  • Too many Short / Mid ranged skills.
  • Class Consumable isn’t good.
  • Build swapping is needed to min-max.

6. Wizard

DI wizard
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Wizards are your run-of-the-mill magical abilities abuser class in Diablo Immortal. They dish out a ton of damage from their skill and abilities, and they use magic spells to deliver great damage. But they are not very effective in close quarters combats.


  • Meteor – Summons an immense Meteor that plummets from the sky, crashing into enemies and dealing massive damage.
  • Teleport – Teleports through the ether to a selected location.
  • Lightning Nova – Hurls balls of lightning away from you in all directions.


  • Fun and satisfying gameplay.
  • Amazing AoE damage and crowd control.
  • Good mobility.
  • Flexible playstyle for PvP.


  • Squishy, especially in PvP.
  • Uses some skillshots that require aiming.
  • Skills have long cooldowns.
  • Doesn’t really provide any group buffs.

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