Players can enjoy Diablo Immortal without spending money; it will take longer to level up their character, but they do not need to spend money.
Diablo Immortal is a free-to-play mobile and PC game that does not require players to spend money to enjoy. The game was initially intended to be a mobile game, and it follows the traditional mobile game trend of offering in-app purchases. Despite being free to play, players can spend upwards of $110,000 on Diablo Immortal in-app purchases to fully upgrade and max out their characters.
Diablo Immortal was released to players to offer a storyline that connects the two previous mainline games in the series; it takes place between the events of Diablo II and Diablo III. Players work with series legend Deckard Cain to chase down the shattered fragments of the Worldstone before the new antagonist, Skarn, can collect them and resurrect his master Diablo. Outside of this main quest line, players can also compete in Dungeon raids, Challenge Rifts, and boss rushes to find rare loot drops and events. Additionally, players can level up their characters solo or join groups like Diablo Immortal’s new Warband feature to increase loot drop rates.
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For players who do not want to spend money on in-app purchases while playing Diablo Immortal, there are tricks to taking advantage of everything the game has to offer without paying any money. Players who spend money indeed have more powerful characters than those who play for free, but that doesn’t mean players can’t enjoy Diablo Immortal if they don’t spend any money.
Best Ways to Play Diablo Immortal Without Spending Money
First, it’s important to understand that playing Diablo Immortal for free means players won’t level up as quickly as those who spend money on in-app purchases. The game’s currency, Eternal Orbs, is how players get the crafting materials and crests needed to find Legendary Gems. Once players have played through the main game, they can do runs through Elder Rifts to find powerful loot and Diablo Immortal’s Legendary Gems that level up characters. Legendary Gems will only occasionally drop in Elder Rifts, so the best way to ensure a high chance of getting a Legendary Gem is to use Eternal Orbs on Eternal Legendary Crests to use in the Elder Rift. It will take a lot of grinding, but players who don’t want to spend money will have their best chance of finding Legendary Gems by spending Eternal Orbs on the Crests.
If Eternal Orbs are too hard to come by, players should take advantage of the free daily rewards that Diablo Immortal offers:
A reward for the “First Kill of the Day.”A Rare Crest for interacting with the Elder Rift every dayCompleting Diablo Immortal’s Challenge Rifts for lootFirst-Clear rewards from other groups finishing Challenge RiftsCollect hilts, another form of in-game “currency,” from Challenge Rift rewards from the previous dayA free Daily Reward Chest, usually filled with resourcesBounties from the Bounty Board, which trades experience, gold, and items for completing a questFinding and completing randomly generated Hidden Lairs, which gift the players with gems
Although this is a fair amount of grinding and requires daily check-ins, players who enjoy Diablo Immortal and building up their character can do so without spending money on in-app purchases.
For players who are not as concerned with leveling up their character to the max and prefer to earn achievements, they can instead focus on filling out the Bestiary. Diablo Immortal’s Bestiary is a catalog of all the monsters in Sanctuary, and there are a total of 104 entries to complete. Unfortunately, only three pages can be redeemed each day, but doing so will reward the player with 40 battle points that can be used to rank up in the Battle Pass and collect more rewards.
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Diablo Immortal is available now on iOS, Android, and PC.
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