Diablo III character tips

It seems like a bit of a no-brainer to initially focus on one character, but in Diablo III’s case, there’s a special reason to do it. You’ll likely finish normal mode around level 20-30, and until then, you’ll get a new skill almost every level. It’s only when you’ve completed normal mode and moved on to nightmare that the challenge really starts and you will have picked out an effective set of skills. Your last active skill unlocks at level 30, and from then on you’ll gain a combination of two to three runes or passive skills every level until you hit the level cap at 60.
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Diablo III officially launched at midnight last night, opening the floodgates on what is possibly the most pre-ordered PC game in history. It’s been almost 12 years since the previous game in the series launched, and it’s still going to this day. Whether you’ve played previous games, have taken part in the Diablo III beta or are taking your first steps into Sanctuary today, everyone starts with a clean slate. In this article, I give my top five tips for spending your first few days wisely in Diablo III.

It seems like a bit of a no-brainer to initially focus on one character, but in Diablo III’s case, there’s a special reason to do it. You’ll likely finish normal mode around level 20-30, and until then, you’ll get a new skill almost every level. It’s only when you’ve completed normal mode and moved on to nightmare that the challenge really starts and you will have picked out an effective set of skills. Your last active skill unlocks at level 30, and from then on you’ll gain a combination of two to three runes or passive skills every level until you hit the level cap at 60. 

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