The Demon Hunter is a physical, ranged class in Diablo Immortal. This class is focused on ranged combat, always moving while using Area of Effect skills to melt packs of enemies all at once. If you’re wondering how to level up your Demon Hunter from 1 to 60, here is all the information you will need.

Best starting Demon Hunter skills for Diablo Immortal

As a Demon Hunter, your initial starting skills are much stronger than some of the other class options. Crossbow Shot, your primary attack will be a stable of all Demon Hunter builds, along with Multishot and Rain of Vengeance. These three skills are unlocked during the tutorial and will be used in the endgame. Your initial leveling build will be:

  • Primary: Crossbow Shot
  • Skill 1: Multishot
  • Skill 2: Rain of Vengeance
  • Skill 3: Strafe (Replace with Daring Swing at Level 15)
  • Skill 4: Knockback Shot (Replace with Sentry at Level 28)

This build will give you high AOE burst damage from Multishot and Rain of Vengeance. Once unlocked Daring Swing is a great movement skill to avoid getting stuck in the middle of packs of enemies. Sentry will allow you to summon turrets which will tank some of the enemies for you, allowing you to keep moving and stay alive in tough fights. You can place both Sentry turrets down at once.

While fighting trash enemies, it’s not important the order you use these skills in. In Boss fights and large groups of enemies, such as Dungeons or Elder Rifts, you should combo your Sentry with Rain of Vengeance and Multishot to maximize your damage output and use Daring Swing as your movement skill when needed.

Best Demon Hunter endgame skills for Diablo Immortal

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At level 60, you will start doing endgame Dungeons, Raids, and Elder Rifts. Depending on the content you may want to switch up your build or play style however this build will perform well in any scenario.

  • Primary: Crossbow Shot
  • Skill 1: Multishot
  • Skill 2: Rain of Vengeance
  • Skill 3: Daring Swing
  • Skill 4: Vengeance

Vengeance is a buff skill that unlocks at level 50. It will transform your primary attack to launch 2 additional shots for additional damage for 6 seconds. This skill when combined with Rain of Vengeance can do high amounts of burst damage.

Best Legendary Gems for Demon Hunter

Legendary give you incredible bonuses that can increase your damage output, survivability, or other unique effects. Almost all 5-star gems will outweigh the value of lower-star gems, however, they are extremely rare drops and cannot be crafted. The Legendary Gems you should aim for are:

  • Berserker’s Eye
    • Increases all damage you deal by 16% and increases your Critical Hit Chance by 2%, but also increases all damage you take by 5%.
  • Ca’arsen’s Invigoration
    • Increases the speed of your Primary Attack by 16%, and the damage of your Primary Attack by 2%.
  • Bloody Reach
    • Your attacks deal 6% increased damage for every 2 yards between you and the enemy hit. Maximum increase of 24% at 8 yards. In addition your attacks have a 1.2% chance to decrease enemy attacks and movement speed by 35% for 2 seconds.
  • Power & Command
    • Power and Command alternates states every 9 seconds. Power increases your Primary Attack damage by 24%. Command increases all other skill damage by 24%. Each time these states alternate, you have a 30% chance to dispel a harmful effect from yourself.
  • Fervant Fang
    • Each time you damage an enemy increases the damage it takes from your attacks by 2.4%, up to a maximum of 24% at 10 stacks. Also increases all damage you deal to Elite monsters by 6%.
  • Everlasting Torment
    • Your critical hits inflict agony, dealing 30% base damage + 122 every second for 6 seconds. Each nearby enemy afflicted with agony increases your Attack Speed by 6%. Each enemy can only be affected by agony once every 20 seconds.

Best Attributes for Demon Hunter

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Not all gear is created equal, even if the armor piece says it’s an upgrade for you, you need to pay attention to the attributes on the piece. As a Demon Hunter, you should prioritize:

  • Strength: Increases Combat Rating and Damage.
  • Fortitude: Increases Combat Rating, Armor, and Armor Penetration.
  • Vitality: Increases Combat Rating and Life.

Best Demon Hunter Legendary Gear in Diablo Immortal

There are many pieces of Legendary gear to find out in the world, your main objective should be finding pieces that add additional effects to the skills that you’re using. For this endgame build, the best Legendary Gear to look out for are:

  • The Hungerer (Off-Hand Weapon): Crossbow Shot will now pierce through enemies and strike additional enemies behind.
  • Vision Of The Lost (Head): During Vengeance, each defeated enemy increases the remaining duration of Vengeance by 0.2 seconds, up to a maximum increase of 2.4 seconds.
  • Heart of Vengeance (Chest): Vengeance cooldown reduced by 15%.
  • Flamespite (Main-Hand Weapon): Multishot now fires flaming arrows that damage and burn enemies.

The Hungerer can be obtained at level 10 in the free Battle Pass as a reward. This can be completed around levels 20-25. Spending some time to grind through the Battle Pass here will help you speed through the content once you’ve unlocked this weapon. Spending some time grinding here as well, will mean you won’t need to grind later when you reach the level requirements to progress the main story.

Best Paragon Points for Demon Hunter

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At level 60, you will unlock the endgame leveling system Paragon Levels. Each Paragon level can be spent on the different buff for your character. It is highly advisable to spend most of your Paragon Points in the Vanquisher line as this will increase your damage output significantly.

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