Since Diablo 2, Barbarian was one of the most popular classes. This giant man was a walking representation of strength and toughness. His skills were very simple and mostly required you to hit everyone with weapons held in both of your hands. Also, you could create a build with a two-handed weapon. So, how has this class changed in Diablo Immortal? Let’s find out! This guide will tell you about the Barbarian in Diablo Immortal, his skills, and more.
Barbarian Skills in Diablo Immortal
Barbarian in Diablo Immortal possesses a classic set of skills. You could see most of these in previous games. One of his primary skills is Frenzy which increases your attack speed for each hit. The alternative for this ability is Lacerate which will heal you per each third attack.
Barbarian’s basic skills are mostly a mix of the ones you could see in Diablo 2 and Diablo 3. These include Leap, Whirlwind, different battle cries, Wrath of the Berserker, etc. Also, there are some skills for mobility, like Sprint, or Furious Charge, and AOE damage skills, like Ground Stomp and Hammer of the Ancients. However, you won’t be able to use all of these skills properly and you will need to choose those that will be the basis of your build.
Barbarian Builds in Diablo Immortal
There is a couple of builds you can create for Barbarian in Diablo Immortal. One of the most popular builds is the one for dual wielders. With this strategy, you will need to use two legendary weapons called The Remembered, and Rending Bite. Their passives give an upgrade to two of your main skills. The first one is the ability for Hammer of the Ancients to summon a Spirit of the Ancients that will fight on your side. The second weapon allows your Lacerate to inflict Bleeding on your opponents. You can choose the other equipment to improve this strategy in the way you like.