How does Diablo Immortal multiplayer work?
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Diablo Immortal is the latest addition to the Diablo franchise, launching on both PC and mobile platforms. With the game now live, players can jump in and start on the latest journey through Sanctuary. Some of you about to embark on your journey will want to do that in multiplayer. So, if you’re one of them, here is how to play Diablo in multiplayer, along with other needed rules you need to know.
Diablo Immortal Multiplayer: Fun facts
Diablo Immortal is not like other ARPGs in the genre. In fact, the game rewards its players with lots of bonuses for playing with friends. The first benefit is that you can party up and do quests together, which speeds up the levelling process. Not to mention the game has plenty of Lost Ark inspirations, so you will come across dungeons to play at certain points in the main story. There are also features like Greater Rifts and other challenges that can be done either solo or in a party. Another fun fact is that there is a Paragon tree (end game passive tree) that grants bonuses to players who play in a party, especially if there is only one of each class in the party. Overall, Diablo Immortal multiplayer is heavily encouraged.
More so, the game has plenty of incentives to play Diablo Immortal in multiplayer, For example, queueing into an instance has a chance to award players with bonus gems from fallen enemies. One of the loading screen tips also mentions that players can get even more loot drops if their party in an instance is all from the same Warband, which is the game’s guild feature.
For PvPers, there is a faction system that groups players together for prestige on the server. In order to get into one of the factions, you need to earn your entry via PvP. It’s another instance of multiplayer gameplay having an effect on gameplay features.
Diablo Immortal and battle.net
One of the best methods you can use to play Diablo Immortal multiplayer is via battle.net. We recommend linking your battle.net account to get your real id friends. It also allows you to see which of your friends play on a server, making it easier to find and play with them. You can then open your real ID friends list in-game, using the menu button above the inventory button and find your friends list there.
In addition, you may add character friends from your server to your friend list too, making it easier to speak to the allies you make on the field of battle. Simply click on the character in question out in the world, or in the party screen and then click add friend, or invite them to Warband. You can also find the Warband tab under this section, which is a guild feature, allowing you to meet like-minded gamers and take on the challenges of the game together.
Diablo Immortal Cross-server
Sadly, Diablo Immortal has no cross-server features, nor does it look like there are any server transfer features either. We highly recommend finding your friend’s server before making a character or finding a guild you want to play with as soon as possible and joining that server. Messing up will cause you to lose all progress, including gold, skins, and more.
This about summarizes what you can expect from the Diablo Immortal multiplayer features and incentives. So, make some friends and party up, especially for those who play the support build Crusaders out there.