Ready for Diablo Immortal multiplayer? With the game’s open beta releasing for both smartphones and PC, there is quite a bit to catch up with, including all classes, the places you’ll explore, and everything new in this spin-off from the mainline entries. And of course, it’s better to do it with a group alongside you. This guide explains how multiplayer works in Diablo Immortal, going through the online features available, as well as how to create a party.
Diablo Immortal Multiplayer – How to Play With Friends
In essence, playing online with friends in Diablo Immortal is fairly straightforward, but you first need to unlock the access for it. For this, complete the main quest in Wortham. This is the tutorial, so just follow it through until you take down Ifriss the Destroyer. After a few chats with Deckard Cain, you’ll immediately see a bunch of players appearing around you, as well as the general chat and other menus.
Once that’s done, here’s how to play with friends in Diablo Immortal:
- Using the in-game Friends menu: From here you can chat to friends you already have added to Battle.net and invite them to your party. In addition, you can use Add Friend and enter the BattleTag of whoever you want to add. This screen also lets you see Suggested Friends, who are people you’ve crossed paths with, and Sent Requests, in case you want to check on any pending invites.
- Tapping/clicking on other players’ characters: In good old Diablo fashion, you can tap or Alt + Left Click a character you see in the world to interact with them. Via this menu, you can invite them to your party, invite them to your clan, or just add them as friends, as well as send them a quick message if that’s what you prefer. Clicking the “…” button lets you report the player or their clan or just block them.
- Tapping/clicking on other players’ profile pics in the social channels: If you’re looking at the list of social channels (Zone, Recruitment, Party, etc.) and want to party up with somebody specific, go ahead and follow the same process as if you were interacting with their in-game character.
All in all, the process is fairly streamlined, so you shouldn’t have any problems playing with friends. When you’re in a party, drop chances are increased, and you can interact with the players’ avatars to make them the party leader or enable shared loot.
Diablo Immortal Party Finder – How to Create and Find Parties
If you don’t have any friends keen on diving into Diablo Immortal multiplayer or they just happen to be sleeping ahead of a big quest, you can make use of the Party Finder feature. You can filter this by difficulty, minimum and maximum character level, specific activities or zones, and so on. You can just apply to enter any of the parties’ available, or just create a post and have others join yours.
That is all! Have fun playing Diablo Immortal with others online.
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