The excitement for D4 Season 1 seems to have turn to agitation after the latest patch notes. Considering all the major nerfs and minimal buffs, players are wondering which is the best Diablo 4 Season 1 Class to play with. While endgame builds and Paragon Boards & Glyphs will come into play, the nerfs have damaged some of the best builds that D4 players have been perfecting for a while. Nevertheless, there are still a few class that will come in handy while exploring the dungeons and events in Season 1.
What Class Should I Pick in Diablo 4 Season 1?
In Diablo 4 Season 1, the best class that players can choose are Rogue or Necromancer. Rogue is probably the only class that has survived the brunt of the Season 1 nerfing and while a few Necromancer builds will be affected, it is still one of the best endgame classes in the game. As a Necromancer, we would go for the Bone Spear Build since it is easily one of the best ones with high damage output. For a Rogue build, Death Trap build is still one of the best ones to go for. While Rogue still has a high damage output, they are vulnerable to absorbing damage even more. Since Siphoning Strikes requires a Lucky Hit chance of 75% to restore HP, players will have to work on their health even more than before.
Diablo 4 Season 1 Class Tier List
Here’s how we rank the classes after the Season 1 update:
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Which is the Worst Diablo IV Season 1 Class?
Sorcerer went from one of the best class to the worst in the matter of a few months. Along with the reduced damage output, Sorcerer is also susceptible to getting defeated quite quickly. If you are going through Nightmare Dungeons, Helltide Events, or any other World Events, you will need your class to have good levels of DPS and survivability. Although Sorcerer has always lacked in the area of survivability, the new update has all but made sure that players can’t even get good DPS from them.
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