A master of close combat, the Barbarian's Arsenal System lets it to carry an array of different weapons.
The Druid harnesses the power of nature, shapeshifting into a bear and wolf, and controlling ravens and vines.
The more death and corpses that surround the Necromancer, the more powerful this class becomes.
Imbuing weapons with elemental damage and using its class specializations, the Rogue is versatile.
Casts powerful elemental spells that can be even more powerful with the Sorcerer's Enchantment System.
The Barbarian has a host of offensive and defensive skills that allow it to be up front and center in combat.
Commanding the power of the earth and animals, the Druid's skills varied can change the fate of battle.
The Necromancer's skills allow it to summon a huge undead army and manipulate the corpses around it.
With arrows, deception, and traps, the Rogue's skills allow it to covertly manuever the battlefield.
Wielding elemental magic, the Sorcerer targets enemies with cold, fire, and lightning.
The game's class selection screen shows the classes sitting around a campfire, known as "campfire screen."
At the moment, only the Rogue gets access to class specific quests. Other classes may or may not get them.
The Necromancer was unveiled as Diablo 4's fifth and final class in June 2022. More may come in expansions.
Five classes with distinct gameplay
Diablo 4 features five classes. The Barbarian (melee combat) and Sorcerer (spell casting) are more pure in their gameplay styles, while classes like the Druid and Rogue are a hybrid of melee, ranged, and magic. The Necromancer raises and explodes the dead. Each class has a special mechanic that helps set them apart, such as the Barbarian's Arsenal System, the Sorcerer's Enchantment System, and Rogue's Imbue System.