In this guide we will discuss all that comes with levelling up and the level cap in Diablo Immortal.
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Dungeons and Dragons (DnD) is a renowned game in nerd culture and almost impossible to miss if you talk about role-playing tabletop games.
Let us introduce you to the DnD of RPG video games, Diablo. Initially released in 1997 by the now infamous Blizzard Entertainment was a smash hit among the first generation of gamers who wanted a game that could scratch that dark fantasy itch.
The game essentially boils down to a dungeon crawler where in the end, you, the player, must journey into Hell to slay the evil Diablo. The franchise has lived on since then, with Diablo as an IP maintaining its popularity throughout the years and even getting a mobile game version.
Now, something we know about dungeon crawlers is that there is usually a level cap on a player’s character, which doesn’t allow them to further acquire raw stats through leveling up anymore. After reaching this point, one must use items and game knowledge to effectively tackle challenges that cannot be overcome by brute strength.
In this guide, we’ll talk about the Diablo Immortal Level Cap and almost everything surrounding it so that you can go into this game well informed.
Every RPG game has levels; you must level up to strengthen. This leveling process is usually done by collecting experience points (often abbreviated to exp or XP for brevity). In Diablo Immortal, this works the same way, but some changes have been implemented.
Before the release of Diablo Immortal, the franchise’s latest installment was Diablo III, which radically altered how the level system worked and introduced a new maximum level cap. This new level cap was level 60, and these functions and changes from Diablo III were carried over into Diablo Immortal.
Now you may wonder what happens when you gain experience after you hit level 60, which is explained later in this guide.
How to Level Up
Now when it comes to leveling up, there are multiple ways to gain experience. The most common way to gain experience is to complete quests and missions that grant you experience upon completion.
Every day you get eight missions you can complete for raw experience points and other rewards. Getting through these days is the key to consistently leveling up your character efficiently without wasting too much time on the other methods.
There is one con to this method, though. You only receive eight missions every 24 hours, and after you complete those, there is no other choice but to start using the other methods to gain experience or wait for another 24 hours and complete the next set of daily bounties.
Battle Pass Missions
The Battle Pass is an excellent place to spend extra time after completing your daily missions. It grants you raw experience points like daily missions for completing guide quests alongside ranking up your Battle Pass rank.
Only guide quests give you raw experience points, but not every rank will give you raw experience. Another good tip is to hold off on doing some of the Battle Pass missions until you are at a higher level so that you can gain MORE experience from them since the game does scale the rewards with your current level, so it doesn’t seem like you are getting ripped off.
A more common way of getting some experience is getting chain enemy kills. This is easily accomplished by attacking multiple enemies in quick succession. It’s most effective when you can kill enemies quickly and move on to the next one to keep the rampage of experience going. Most commonly performed in challenge rifts.
The Bestiary is not something most people often flip through. Still, sometimes they get a nice chunk of experience points, and they think they must have completed some sort of event or quest when in actuality, it’s a completion of an entry in the Bestiary.
There isn’t much to this way of getting experience except for simply fighting enemies over and over to get a completed entry and get that nice chunk of experience that comes along with it. However, this method is a way to passively get experience rather than actively get it; hence it is designed the way it is.
What To Do After Reaching The Level Cap
After reaching the Diablo Immortal level cap at Level 60, any and all experience starts going towards Paragon Levels. If you wish to learn more about Paragon Levels and how to understand them, we have an entirely separate guide on this matter, Diablo Immortal Paragon.