Diablo Immortal is ultimately meant to be a multiplayer title. And with that comes the need to group up with your pals and slay demons. From there, you can become a true hero. As you fight off the denizens of Hell, you will encounter friends both new and old, and get to build the ultimate hero of your dreams. There’s a lot of build diversity here, and plenty of fun to be had. The base version of the game has plenty of meat on its bones, but there’s more to chew on once you get into higher difficulty ratings.
There are a few other things to learn about this hit new RPG, so listen up. The Paragon leveling system is a bit different this time around, but mostly familiar. There’s also a more restrictive leveling system at play here, so keep that in mind. And if you find yourself not being challenged, trying a new difficulty in Diablo immortal might help. There’s also a battle pass to take on, if you want more consistent tasks to complete over your time with the game.
And with those higher difficulty ratings, comes clans. These groups of players allow gamers to join up and run Rifts or other missions at their own pace, and to always have a group on standby. When you want to create such a thing, keep reading to learn how.
How to create and join clans in Diablo Immortal
After reaching Westmarch for the first time, you will get access to a mission from the Bounty Board called Opening the Way. You need to complete that to unlock the Clans feature. After completing the quest, you will need to level your character up to level 30. Upon reaching level 30, you will get a notification that you have unlocked the clans feature.
From there, you need to head to the right menu. Click Menu in the upper-right, then click the Adventurer tab and then choose Clan Detail. You will get a list of clans. You can join clans you want to by clicking their name and viewing their details page. You will see an option at the top of the page to make your own. To create your own clan, you will first need to obtain enough platinum or gold. Creating a clan will either cost you 100,000 Gold or 3,000 Platinum.
What’s the maximum size of clans in Diablo Immortal?
One Clan in Diablo Immortal can house a maximum of 150 players concurrently. This might seem small compared to MMOs, but there could be a reason for it. For one thing, the clans don’t serve that important of a role right now. It’s not required to join a clan to progress, simply to make your life easier in-game. You would find it a lot easier to group up with players if you have dozens of ready allies at your disposal. Another reason to group up with friends is for exploration. Maybe there’s that secret cow level hidden somewhere, just waiting to be found.
While you can’t increase the max player capacity of your Clan in Diablo Immortal, you could always make a second Clan with a similar name to catch any extra players who want to join your groups. All you have to do is offer up that 100,000 Gold fee to make the new clan.
And if you’re running a clan, feel free to be selective about who you invite. Mobile games tend to have very small clan systems, and are often very competitive. So there’s no reason to expect Diablo Immortal to be any different. Feel free to reject players that don’t fit the mould of the kind of player you’re accepting.