On this page of the Diablo Immortal guide, we suggest how to quickly and effectively gain huge amounts of experience points to speed up leveling up your character.
- Checking experience
- How much experience do I get/got?
- Elder Rifts and dungeons
- Battle Pass
- Elite enemies
- Experience shrine
To check your current experience level - regardless of whether you have "normal level or Paragon", open your inventory. By clicking on the level bar in the upper left corner, you will receive information about the current point status and the limit of the next level, information about your current level in relation to the average server level, as well as information about any active Experience bonuses.
How much experience do I get/got?
You can follow the current experience progress, as well as the latest rewards, from the Log level, via chat. This way, you will see which activities bring you a lot of XP and which ones aren't worth your time. You will also learn about other recent rewards, including material ones.
To do this, click on the chat and check the last item in the bar on the right - Logs.
Elder Rifts and dungeons
Probably the fastest way to earn experience points in Diablo Immortal is to go through Elder Rifts and dungeons. There, you will find a lot of enemies that you will be able to quickly eliminate using AoE (Area of Effect) skills to maintain your kill streak.
Instead of eliminating opponents one by one, lure them into groups and kill them simultaneously. This will save a lot of time and will allow you to take full advantage of your character's skills.
The Battleground is one of the best ways to gain experience during the season. Not necessarily the fastest as a match can last up to 10 minutes. However, after its completion, you can claim 3 Daily Rewards every day, regardless of your team's score. You will earn over 350,000 points of experience.
Bounties are side activities in Diablo Immortal that can be accepted from the notice board - you can find one in the square in Westmarch. These are simple tasks that usually consist of collecting the right amount of items from defeated opponents or eliminating a certain number of creatures in a specific location. Accepted but not completed orders are transferred to the next day.
For each subsequent Battle Pass level in Diablo Immortal, players are rewarded with a large amount of experience points. In addition to XP, you will also receive additional rewards such as crafting materials, crests, and even a legendary weapon or shield (at Battle Pass level 10).
It's a good idea to claim your Battle Pass rewards only after you have reached the point where you need to get additional levels to continue the campaign.
While exploring the world of Diablo Immortal, you will often encounter elite monsters that can be identified by their color: blue, purple and yellow. These types of opponents are much stronger and have additional abilities, but they reward players with more experience points.
Elite enemies also drop experience globes, so don't forget to pick them up for a small XP bonus.
Collecting pages in the Bestiary is another good way to earn a lot of experience points in Diablo Immortal. You discover new pages after collecting the appropriate amount of Monstrous Essence, which drops from random creatures on open maps.
You can only carry 10 Monstrous Essence at a time, which is exactly the amount required to discover the next entry in the book. After collecting enough essence, go back to the Bestiary and activate it to be able to collect essence globes.
Experience shrines known from previous parts of the series also appear in Diablo Immortal, but as a Pool of Reflection. Experience shrines appear in random places on the map and, as the name suggests, they grant characters a buff for a period of time, which increases the XP gain. After interacting with a shrine, a characteristic yellow book icon with the word EXP will appear above the character's head.
The experience shrine's bonus causes each defeated opponent to drop an Experience Globe.
You will probably notice this from the very early stages of the game - by quickly eliminating opponents one by one, you create combos that increase the experience multiplier for killed enemies.
However, not everyone knows that when you are in a party, other players can extend your combo. Moreover - it is enough to attack another opponent to restart the combination timer, not kill them.