Diablo 3 Character Review: the Five Heroes on the Quest to Destroy Hell

Perhaps the most anticipated PC-based game for the last decade, Diablo 3 is dubbed the fastest-selling game of all times, having sold 3.5 million copies in 24 hours on the very first day of its release. Fans of Lord of Destruction will surely love to continue the journeys of the heroes in Diablo 3, albeit all the heroes are new with the exception of the Barbarian.

Perhaps the most anticipated PC-based game for the last decade, Diablo 3 is dubbed the fastest-selling game of all times, having sold 3.5 million copies in 24 hours on the very first day of its release. Fans of Lord of Destruction will surely love to continue the journeys of the heroes in Diablo 3, albeit all the heroes are new with the exception of the Barbarian.

Diablo 3 Character Review: The Barbarian

Returning from the original series, the Barbarian has better skills than what he had a decade ago. He is still the same bulky warrior that specializes in hand-to-hand combat and melee attacks.

He is proficient in the use of swords, axes, maces, and can wield dual weapons while taking blows from opponents. He can call the spirits and powers of his ancestry with powers like Shout. To be a successful barbarian, you must capitalize on his attack damage while consistently increasing his passive skills for defense.

Perhaps the most anticipated PC-based game for the last decade, Diablo 3 is dubbed the fastest-selling game of all times, having sold 3.5 million copies in 24 hours on the very first day of its release.

Diablo 3 Character Review: The Witch Doctor

This is a new character that has similar traits to the Necromancer in the last game. However, the Witch Doctor is much more associated with religious practices such as voodoo and shamanism.

He can summon monsters, harvest damned souls, and cast curses at his enemies. To succeed as a Witch Doctor, you must develop proficiency in ranged attacks through zombie spells and summoning creatures.

Diablo 3 Character Review: The Wizard

Very much like the Sorceress in the last game, this character has multiple abilities that can range from shooting different elemental weapons—such as fire and ice—to teleporting.

The Wizard also has the ability to slow time and does not need mana to regenerate his casting ability. Instead, he uses arcane power, a new source of energy that regenerates much faster.

Diablo 3 Character Review: The Monk

Diablo 3 introduced this character sharing the physical prowess with the Barbarian. The Monk uses his expertise in the martial arts to cripple his opponents. He is a spiritual and religious warrior on the side of good to fight evil.

He has the ability to resist damage by deflecting blows. Very similar to the Paladin of Diablo 2, the Monk gets his defensive power from the Spirit, some sort of manna that only generates after successful attacks.

Diablo 3 Character Review: The Demon Hunter

This character will remind you of the Amazon and the Assassin classes from Diablo 2. This character specializes in crossbows. What’s cool about this class is the ability to throw bombs directly at enemies.

Fueled by discipline and hatred to power-up his active and passive skills, he hails from a clan of fanatical warriors who share a single purpose: destroy all living creatures of burning Hells. He does this by using special offensive weapons such as the Hungering Arrow, a type of arrow used for ranged attacks that has the ability to seek enemies.

Summary

These characters are clearly reiterations of the previous ones, but on steroids! Which character will you play, and can you conquer hell this time?


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