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Diablo 4: guide to the classes present in the game

With the release of Diablo 4 just around the corner, our guide to the classes in the game could not be missing

Con l’early access open beta di Diablo 4 finished and with the public open beta in the pipeline we couldn’t help but publish a targeted guide to classes which will be present in the latest effort of Blizzard Entertainment. Although we have already tried the early access and although we will try to test the open public beta as well, we feel obliged to publish this article which could be of help to everyone, both to the old glories of Sanctuaryboth to the new ones.

Classes – Diablo 4: class guide

The very first thing that is appropriate to do is talk about what the playable classes in Diablo 4. It is undeniable that the classes of Diablo 4 they seem taken directly from that undisputed masterpiece (according to the many fans of the saga) by Diablo IIin fact we will have the Cutthroat, Barbarian, Druid, Enchantress e Necromancer. All mostly similar to those we already know apart from the Cutthroatthat class is a mix between theMurderer (Diablo II) and the Demon Hunter (Diablo III).

Obviously among these there is not one that can be defined the best class, as each has its own attacks, abilities and requires to be mastered properly. The first piece of advice we will give you is therefore classic, that is to choose the class based on your personal tastes and above all based on the way you want to approach the fights in Diablo 4. If you wanted to face demons fighting them hand to hand you could choose the Barbarowhile for magical ranged attacks your class could be Enchantress.

We will show you the details below every single class and we will show you some tips to get the most out of your character, in this long battle that will see opposing Inarius e Lilithonce lovers and parents of the human race and gods Nephilim. So, as the good would say Deckard Cain “Sit down for a moment and listen.”

Diablo 4: guide to the classes present in the game

Cutthroat – Diablo 4: class guide

  • Forza: 7
  • Dexterity: 10
  • Intelligence: 7
  • Willpower: 8

Overview of the Cutthroat

Il Cutthroat is a stealthy assassin skilled at moving swiftly and silently, which means they can use repositioning or evasion skills in combat. Unlike barbarians, cutthroats can quickly switch between uses melee weapons to use ranged weapons such as daggers or bows, making them extremely versatile. Although bows initially won’t deal much damage, at least they will allow you to stay away from the target.

Cutthroat stats

The primary stats of this glaze include the Dexterity to amplify skill damage and improve dodging ability. There Forza will be needed to improve energy regeneration while theIntelligence it could be useful to improve the critical hit chance and total resistance.

Cutthroat Game Mechanics

The class mechanics of Cutthroat is known as Talent specializationand is divided into Combo Points, Inner Sight, and Preparation, each with its own missions to complete. However, it is worth reminding you that it is not confirmed that it will be possible to activate and use all three specializations at the same time, or if they can only be used one at a time. Furthermore, the preparation has not been tested, as it only becomes available after reaching the level 30 of the character.

I Combo Points will be accumulated by using the basic skills of the Cutthroat, you can then spend these points with basic skills to activate additional effects. In the meantime, Inner Sight allows you to fill a gauge by attacking marked enemies which will allow you to use unlimited Energy for a short amount of time, all very useful against Bosses.

The versatility of Cutthroat it doesn’t end there as it will also be able to infuse some attacks with specific effects such as Poison, Shadow and Cold. These statuses are usually applied to basic skills and skills that deal damage against multiple enemies such as Quick shot. If you intend to play Diablo 4 using a lightning-fast class that excels at dealing physical damage with melee and ranged weapons, and you don’t mind having to change stances quickly in combat, then the class Cutthroat is definitely for you.

Diablo 4: guide to the classes present in the game

Barbarian – Diablo 4: class guide

  • Forza: 10
  • Dexterity: 8
  • Intelligence: 7
  • Willpower: 7

Overview of the Barbarian

The class Barbaro it is suitable for players who want to deal damage in mass while still smoothly varying the type of weapon in use. Barbarians are more physical damage oriented compared to any other class present in Diablo 4 and are quite simple to use, both in terms of offensive and defensive skills.

Barbarian game mechanic

Thanks to their unique class mechanic, known as Arsenal systembarbarians can equip and swap about 4 weapons at a time, allowing for better customization of the paraphernalia in use. These include main hand, off hand, bludgeoning and slashing weapons. This way you can freely assign specific equipment to certain skills according to your needs.

For example Sweep, which allows players to stun and deal massive damage to targets, is fine when using a bludgeoning weapon, but if you want to further increase the stun duration of this skill, then you’ll need to switch to a two-handed bludgeoning weapon. It’s also worth noting that upon activating the skill, the character will automatically equip the best weapon in your inventory.

Each weapon used by the barbarian has a corresponding proficiency stat, thus increasing your ranks accordingly, for example, if you wanted to increase your chance of a critical hit, you would need to wield a one-handed axe. For this reason, it is highly recommended that you collect and prepare a wide variety of melee weapons to take advantage of the build diversity and item progression of this class.

In terms of stats, it will be necessary to invest the points mainly in Strength to amplify damageincreasing Willpower will have a better regeneration of the Fury and increasing Dexterity will increase the chance to land critical hits. Come in Diablo II e Diablo IIIthe Barbarian retains the ability to annihilate large groups of enemies very well.

Ma Diablo IV pushes barbarian capabilities even further, allowing them to constantly focus on single powerful targets such as bosses by dealing bleed damage. However, they still retain some of their abilities that have long cooldowns, thus slowing down their damage dealing to the enemy.

The barbarian’s skills are varied, in some cases it will be possible to inflict Bleeding, melee control techniques and team actions. Alternatively, you can also choose to enhance auto-buffs to deal as much physical damage as possible. If you’re comfortable taking down enemies and bosses with melee attacks then the barbarian is the class for you.

Diablo 4: guide to the classes present in the game

Druid – Diablo 4: class guide

  • Forza: ???
  • Dexterity: ???
  • Intelligence: ???
  • Willpower: ???

Druid overview

The next class we’re going to see in Diablo 4 and the Druid, who has the ability to change his physical form from human to that of a bear or a werewolf. Compared to the druid class already seen in Diablo II Druids can now transform instantly when using their beast ability. In addition, this class is very focused on the use of magic and allows you to deal additional damage to enemies using skills suitable for the purpose.

Druids can be supported by Companions that do not need to be summoned, but they will automatically be placed to attack enemies, and Companions will also be able to take advantage of active skills to deal more damage. Currently nothing is known about the statistics of the Druidjust as nothing is known about those of the Necromancer.

Druid game mechanic

Some information tends to suggest that the game mechanics of Druid is related to the discovery of special objectswhich should be equipped to the spirit animals. In this way you will be able to guarantee yourself different passive bonuses based on the type of spirit animal, unfortunately it has not yet been revealed how many types of spirits are available in the final game, however each of them can guarantee up to 6 passive and defensive effects. If you want to go on an adventure Diablo 4 experimenting with different types of attacks and transforming yourself into other animal forms then we can only recommend you to play the class Druid.

Diablo 4: guide to the classes present in the game

Enchantress – Diablo 4: class guide

  • Forza: 7
  • Dexterity: 7
  • Intelligence: 10
  • Willpower: 8

Enchantress overview

L’Enchantress it is one of the highest risk classes but the one that can get the best finds, despite being very fragile it still deals excellent elemental damage by casting fire, ice and electric spells. Fire-type spells synergize well with incendiary status effects to deal damage over time to enemies.

The same cannot be said for ice spells, which are mostly recommended for attacking large groups of enemies. Anyway theenchantress has a variety of skills with which to keep the enemies under control and thin out during the adventure, also very useful against the bosses based on the type of magic you intend to use.

Enchantress stats

Focusing for a moment on the enchantress’ stat points, we recommend spending most of the points on Intelligencethis will be needed to increase the damage of the spells. As for the Dexterity will be needed for increase mana recoverywhile the Willpower it will be useful for increase critical strike chance.

Enchantress game mechanic

Enchantress unique game mechanic is called Enchantment system and changes how a skill works. There are several active skill slots combined with dedicated Enchantment slots, if you place a skill in a Enchantment slot it can no longer be activated and will turn into a secondary passive bonus. For example, it can be activated Meteor to detonate the targets and thus set the ground on fire to inflict further damage.

The enchantress class is excellent for those who want to approach the game using spells and powerful elemental magic that inflict lots of damage from a distance to enemies. However We advise gamers to only use this class as support when in a groupsince its “fragility” is one of the disadvantages that should not be underestimated.

Diablo 4: guide to the classes present in the game

Necromancer – Diablo 4: class guide

  • Forza: ???
  • Dexterity: ???
  • Intelligence: ???
  • Willpower: ???

Overview of the Necromancer

The last class in Diablo 4 and the Necromancer That…