Diablo 3 is the fastest selling PC game and there is a good reason why in the first week, there were 6.3 million registered Diablo 3 players. The title continues the story told in the previous installment and provides a conclusion to the eternal conflict between Demons and Angels. The dark-themed game is based on a complex and captivating story. While the user interface and gameplay itself seems simple, things begin to get complicated but mistakes can be avoided with a few tips.
8 Tips for Diablo 3 Beginners:
- Choose the right character class. There are two main paths to be taken: melee or ranged combat. If you enjoy melee combat you can choose between the Barbarian or the Monk. For ranged combat we have the Witch Doctor, Demon Hunter and the Wizard. Remember that the class should reflect your gameplay style. You might also want to spend 10 minutes playing each class to get a better picture.
- Choose the right kind of follower. Co-op gameplay is optional. Sometimes players prefer to complete a Diablo 3 quest alone. To make it easier chose a follower that fits your character class. Ranged classes should always get the Templar. He is a melee follower and he can keep the mobs away from the player. Melee classes can choose between the Enchantress and Scoundrel. Both of them are ranged and have a few defensive and tactical abilities that help melee classes.