A huge assortment of attributes is Diablo Immortal. Character development is inextricably linked to the increase in his statistics, and this increase occurs mainly through random drops of loot and leveling up. Players will need to learn how to navigate and make the most of this system if they hope to defeat the forces of Hell and save the world of Sanctuary.
The attribute system in Diablo Immortal includes three types of attributes: Primary Attributes, Secondary Attributes, and Additional Attributes. In this guide, we’ll cover them by category.
There are five primary attributes: Strength, Intelligence, Toughness, Vitality, and Willpower. Increasing primary attributes increases secondary attributes, and increasing secondary attributes increases a player’s power in Diablo Immortal.
- Strength: Increases physical damage dealt, making it useful for Barbarian, Monk, Demon Hunter, and Crusader.
- Intelligence: Increases magical damage dealt, making it useful for the wizard and necromancer;
- Fortitude: increases armor and armor penetration;
- Vitality: increases life;
- Willpower: Increases potency and resistance.
Willpower and Toughness are useful in that they provide both offensive and defensive bonuses at the expense of the secondary stats they boost.
Secondary stats are all about a player’s strength, and they include arguably the most important stat in all of Diablo Immortal, Battle Rating. Divided into offensive and defensive ratings, it is compared to the opponent’s combat rating and gives a bonus or penalty depending on whether the target’s rating is higher or lower. Other secondary attributes are: armor, armor penetration, potency and resistance.
- Offensive rating: if it is higher than the target’s defensive rating, deals increased damage;
- Defensive Rating: If higher than the target’s offensive rating, take reduced damage;
- Armor: Reduces damage taken and increases chance to block, damage is halved on a successful block.
- Armor Penetration: Ignores a certain percentage of the enemy’s armor, and also increases damage from critical hits;
- Potency: Increases the duration of harmful status effects against the enemy’s resistance rating;
- Resistance: Reduces harmful status effects.
Finally, additional attributes: this is not only the most interesting category, but also the opportunity to create your own unique build for Diablo Immortal. There are many of them, they can only be increased with items, and not all of them go well with each other, so players need to be careful in their choice of equipment.
- Accuracy Rating: Increases the chance to hit the enemy against their dodge rating;
- Dodge Rating: Increases the chance to dodge an attack against the opponent’s Accuracy Rating;
- Attack Speed: Increases the player’s attack speed;
- Duration Reduction: Increases the recharge rate of the player’s abilities;
- Critical Chance: Increases the chance of an attack to deal double damage;
- Critical Hit Damage: Increases Critical Damage Multiplier;
- Critical Strike Resistance: Decreases the chance of enemies to critically hit the player.
- Movement Speed: Increases the character’s walking speed;
- Block Chance: Doubles the chance to deflect incoming attacks.
- Armor Penetration: Increases the chance to penetrate enemy armor;
- Health Steal: Increases the percentage of life stolen from enemies per hit;
- Health Regeneration: Increases the amount of life restored every five seconds;
- Magic search: increases the chance to get better equipment from the loot;
- Cheat Death: Increases the chance of surviving a fatal blow by saving one hit point.
It’s important to remember that some classes in Diablo Immortal benefit more from a certain additional attribute than others. For example, a necromancer might find a lot to gain from slowdown and accuracy rating reduction, while a monk, on the other hand, would rather focus on attack speed.