Unlike most of the mobile games out there, Diablo Immortal offers an extraordinary system of character customization. There is a wide variety of cosmetics you can choose to build your character with. Some players face some difficulty while customizing their characters, which is why we have prepared this guide to brief you on how the character creation system works in Diablo Immortal.
Diablo Immortal Character Creation
Choosing Your Class
When you start off with building your character, the first thing you’d have to choose is your class. Each class is distinct, both in terms of looks and abilities.
You need to choose your class according to your playstyle. There are, as of yet, six classes you can choose from:
- Demon Hunter
Choosing Your Gender
In each of these six classes, there is a further option to choose a male or a female gender. Your gender, however, has no effect on gameplay.
Choosing Your Face Preset
There are a total of three face presets available for each class at the moment. These vary between different classes though, but they can also be further customized to your liking.
Below are the features you can change after hitting the customization button.
It lets you select the color/tone of your character’s skin.
It offers a variety of hairstyles to choose from and also contains further modifications:
- Hair Color: Offers a variety of hair colors to choose from, but also lets you make a custom hair color and property.
- Facial Hair: Offers a wide variety of facial hair styles, and also lets you choose a custom facial hair color
Class Armor Set/Gear Preview
Since each of the six classes has distinct visual features, the game gives you an early look at how each of the different classes will look further through the game in different armor sets.
When choosing a face preset you’ll see an option to preview your character in different armor sets below. Clicking on each armor set will showcase it.
This option allows you to change the depths and dimensions of the face of your character. These can be modified using sliders provided in each respective feature. The features in these options include:
- Inner Cheeks
- Outer Cheeks
- Upper Jaw
- Chin Tip
The next subsections in the category of facial features include:
- Inner Brow
- Middle Brow
- Outer Brow
- Nose Root
- Nose Ridge
- Nose tip
As you can see, the extent to which you can customize your character in Diablo Immortal is pretty impressive, and this is not even the least of it.
You can further move on to modify your character’s
⦁ Eye paint and its color
⦁ Markings and their colors
⦁ Pupils and their colors
Once you decide what you want and create your character, you can no longer go back and change/customize it.
The only way you can customize your character after creating it is by using different armor sets, but each armor set is unique in a way that it has its own look and stats. Considering this, you might want to be absolutely sure about how you want to create your character right from the start.
How to Customize Your Character
You can not change the facial look of your character in Diablo Immortal after character creation is done but you can change the appearance of your equipment. Like Diablo 3, players are able to equip various types of armor to customize their character and alter their appearance.
By completing harder dungeons and content at a high level, you can acquire good-looking legendary armor. Nevertheless, armor sets usually come with perks and stats attached. Your current gameplay style or build may not fit the best-looking set.
Another option is to customize your character through Diablo Immortal’s cosmetic sets. Despite altering your appearance, these sets maintain the same stats as the items you are equipped with. Each class shares a cosmetic set. In spite of this, every class will wear its own cosmetic set in order to achieve a unique look.
Players can extract the essence from legendary items in Diablo Immortal using a new gameplay mechanic called essence extraction. It is possible to give essence to another item in order to change its appearance and attributes by combining the name, appearance, and unique perks of the extracted item. The essence will contain the name, appearance, and unique perks of the extracted item.