Diablo Immortal class change - how to change classes

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The Diablo Immortal Necromancer class.
August 12, 2022: Here's how the Diablo Immortal class change feature works. It's a first for the franchise.

The fiery demons of hell aren't going to slay themselves, and thanks never-before-seen feature that's just been announced, the Diablo Immortal class change system will ensure you can put internal damnations down the way you want. It's a rare sight for the AMMORPG genre, but one that's probably going to polarize the veterans.

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The Diablo Immortal class change feature probably isn't quite what you expect. If you've been around the bloc before, you're probably thinking it has something to do with paying a large sum of cash to swap from a class you don't like to something new while keeping your hard-earned levels. But that's only partially true.

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How does the Diablo Immortalclass change work?

According to a dev blog post from the end of March, the newly announced Diablo Immortal class change feature isn't some paid-for boost. Instead, it appears to work more like the class change feature in a game like Final Fantasy XIV.

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Simply put, it means you don't need to create an alt character to play another class. You just make one character and then change classes when you feel like it. Nearly all types of progress will carry over, with the only real thing left to do being the grind for class-appropriate Legendary gear.

How to change class in Diablo Immortal

Thanks to a developer blog posted a little while after the release of the game, we now know how the Diablo Immortal Class Change system works.

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To change class in Diablo Immortal, you just need to go to the Shifting Flames brazier in Westmarch. Your character needs to be level 35 to get started.

You can change your class once every seven days, but you'll be able to revert immediately to your previous class the first time you try out the system - in case you're not happy with your choice.

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Likewise, the first use of the Class Change system will reset your Paragon Trees and let you change your appearance, just so you can fully embrace whatever class you change to.

The class you swap to gets a set of gear that matches the general rank of the gear of your original class at the time.

The Diablo Immortal class change system lets you play any class on the same character.

Do I Have to Pay to Change Class in Diablo Immortal?

The recent developer log has confirmed that there are no plans to offer a paid-for class change system. You'll have to wait for seven days before you can use the system again.

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