Diablo Immortal levelling guide - Get to 60 and beyond as quickly as possible
In this guide, we are going to show you how you can have a pretty smooth levelling experience as a newcomer to Diablo Immortal. It took us around 4 to 5 days to reach level 20 Paragon as new players, which is considered to be a very good levelling pace. This article will give you a full overview of our experience and how you can level as fast as we did or even faster, depending on how much time you can invest in this game. The guide is divided (kind of) into two parts - pre and post-60 levelling (Paragon). Everything that we've learned from that experience, we present to you below.
How to level up in Diablo Immortal before you reach the capThe early game levelling is pretty straightforward. All you have to do is follow the main story and complete quests along the way. Completing various zone quests that might appear also helps. Don't put too much effort into killing every single mob in the area. Simply run through them, lure them and kill them altogether. This will save you some time in the long run; plus, whenever you put long kill streaks together, the game will reward you with a bit of extra experience. Even if it doesn't seem much, in the end, it will add up and make a difference. Remember, you have health potions that you can use at any time if you need to, plus you can always pick up health orbs to heal yourself.
Inevitably, at some point in the game, you are going to hit what is known as the 'level wall'. What that simply means is that you are going to need to reach a certain level in order to complete your main quest.
How to overcome the wallSince pre-60, your main experience gains come from completing the story quests. This proves to be a tough situation for a number of new players. The first such wall that you are going to hit is around level 33 or so, followed by another one I believe around 40 (if I remember correctly) and then the last one at level 60.
Level up your Battle PassLevelling up the Battle Pass is extremely important as it provides a vast amount of experience. It doesn't really matter if you have a high or low level - exploiting battle pass exp as much as you can is a must. How do you do that?
Dungeon RunsThere are a few ways to go about it. First and foremost, spam dungeons. Running dungeons in Diablo Immortal is something that you will have to do countless times throughout the game.
Pre-60, you won't really care about the drops - just equip whatever gear is better than what you currently have and dismantle the rest. You shouldn't really spend resources on low-level gears. Save as much as you can to refine your hell gear sets post-60 (but more about that later). As for the unique gears, make sure to always extract their soul once you want to replace them.
Spamming dungeons during solo runs shouldn't be much of a problem if you have gears that correspond to your level. These dungeon runs plus rift runs and bounties should be more than enough to get you through.
In order to level up your Battle Pass, you need to reach a certain threshold of activity points. And, by completing dungeons, bounties, etc., you will gain these points. In other words, open your activity menu and do whatever gives you points. Also, try to complete some of the 'Conquest' quests to earn extra battle pass points. Of course, for some, you won't be able to complete them until you reach higher levels.
If for whatever reason you don't have time to play, at least make sure to log in, claim the log-in rewards, and kill a single mob. That way, you complete the event 'Kill of the day' which grants you a lot of exp considering its requirements.
Bounties are another way to earn battle points and experience, as well as some nice rewards upon completion. The maximum number you can do per day is 4, but in case you can't complete all of them, don't worry. If, let's say, you did 1 bounty today, then the next day, the maximum number you'll be able to do will be 7. If you miss out again, the maximum number will be 11 the next day.
How to level up in Diablo Immortal after you reach level 60If you've already made it to level 60, congratulations. There will be no more story quests - now, it's time to start levelling up your paragon and getting the right gears for your character (and so on).
By now, you probably already have a good idea about how levelling in this game works (that is, more dungeon runs). However, this time, you do have to care about drops. By defeating the last dungeon boss in Hell I difficulty and beyond, you have a chance of acquiring a green piece of gear. These gears provide huge bonuses for each class, and they are what we refer to as end-game gears.
A piece of advice: don't bother with the trash mobs. Instead, what you want to do is run straight to the boss of each zone. Lure as many mobs as you can and kill them all together to create long kill streaks that will grant you a bit of extra experience. Again, even if that doesn't seem much, with as many dungeon runs as you are going to do on a daily basis, it certainly adds up. What you really should care about are the drops from the last boss and gaining the activity points to level up the battle pass. Just make sure to salvage the gear from your inventory every 2-3 runs. At this point, you should turn off the auto pick-up option from normal rarity gears as well, and try to earn as many legendary items as possible.
If you have a group of people to farm these dungeons with, these runs can be super fast and can grant you tons of exp. If you are a solo player, you can look for open parties in the world chat. Hell dungeons require at least two people to open.
You can also try to join Library grind parties and, of course, world bosses whenever they spawn.
Faction QuestsIt doesn't really matter if you choose to go with the Shadow faction or the Immortals. At the end of the day, you still have to level up, and the process is pretty much the same. Always complete your daily faction quests, and whenever you improve your char, try to push your Solo Rift Challenge level and get to the next floor of Path of Blood. The experience these runs provide is always a nice addition.
Keep in mindWhile your level is lower than the server average, you will gain bonus experience that will help you catch up with other players. On the flip side though, if your level is higher than the server average, you will gain lower experience. I'm not sure about the maximum penalty, but in our case, it was as much as 50% less experience (Level 20, 4th day on Ancient server). Of course, that depends on the server, but it's good to know about it.
By the way, if you've only just started playing the game, be sure to use our DI beginner's guide - it will certainly assist you well.