Save yourself the trouble of swapping gear and skills. Head to the Armory and save your PvP/PvE loadout presets for easy access.
Gear and items dictate how you play your character in Diablo Immortal. Depending on what type of in-game content you fancy playing on a particular day, you will want to optimize your builds to maximize your character’s effectiveness in PvE or PvP.
Sorting through your inventory and swapping out each gear slot manually can become very taxing in Diablo Immortal. Fortunately, the Armory lets you save a few Gear, Skills, and Paragon Tree presets so you can quickly switch between builds in-game.
Here is all you need to know about Diablo Immortal’s Armory.
The Armory lets you store up to five sets of build load-outs for your character in Diablo Immortal, which should save you a ton of time and the hassle of sorting through each of your gear in your inventory every time you play a different role with the same character in-game.
Are you playing support Berserker with your friends in Elder Rift? Head to the Armory and load up your best support build for the Berserker. Are you going for the DPS route in PvP? Load up your Berserker DPS build from the Armory.
There is more than one way to play the six different classes in Diablo Immortal. With the help of the Armory, transforming your character from one build to another will be as simple as tapping a few on-screen buttons.
You can access the Armory in Rakkis Plaza near Selynne’s Basilica in Westmarch. From there, all you need to do is find the tall cylindrical fixture to access the Armory and save up to five different Loadouts for your character’s various builds in Diablo Immortal.
Using the Armory will not cost you any money and will be unlocked as soon as you reach Westmarch early in the campaign.
You can save up to five different Loadouts comprised of your favorite Gear, Skills, and Paragon Tree in the Armory. Additionally, any Set Items, Legendary Items, Charms, or Gems (Legendary/Normal) you have equipped will be included in the Loadout after saving.
2. After equipping your desired Gear, Skills, and Paragon Trees, reaccess the Armory:
3. Tap on Save in the bottom right corner of the Armory menu:
Note: The Armory will give out a warning for Gear slots that do not have any items equipped. If this was intended, tap on ‘No,’ otherwise, go back to your inventory and provide any Gear you forgot to add to your Loadout.
4. All of your current Gear, Skills, and Paragon Trees should show up in the Armory Loadout:
5. After which, you can give the Loadout a name so you can differentiate between Loadouts easily:
Alternatively, if you want to swap out a few items or skills in the same Loadout slot, you can do so by tapping on the ‘Overwrite’ button in the bottom right corner of the screen:
If you have additional Loadouts that you want to save, exit the Armory, equip the new Gear, Skills, and Paragon Tree you want to keep in the Armory, tap on the next empty Loadout slot, then repeat steps 2 and 3 above.
Rinse and repeat for any other Loadout sets you want to save in the Armory. (You can save up to five Loadouts)
The Armory can make switching between multiple builds in Diablo Immortal faster and easier, as manually tapping to equip every item in your inventory can be very time-consuming. Changing your loadout for every Skill or Gear your character needs to transform themselves to play a completely different role will become very tiring very quickly.
Fortunately, the Armory is free and straightforward, and saving your multiple build Loadouts in the Armory should make the build-swapping process much faster.