Rogues in Diablo 4 are nimble and can dash between targets swiftly. They use a combination of both a dagger and arrows to deal close and far-range damage. You can view this class as a crossover between Diablo 2’s Amazon and Diablo 3’s Demon Hunter.
A hybrid class that can use both melee and ranged attacks
Jack of all trades
Deals tons of single-target damage
Imbuement system that can enhance your weapons with poison, ice or shadow
High learning curve
Struggle with crowd control
Very specific builds
The Barbarian is a clear choice to pick if you want a melee-focused close-quarters combat class in Diablo 4. You’ll have mountains of health to tank even the strongest of foes, just know that there are no ranged attacks and you will be quite weak in the beginning.
The Necromancer is the fan favorite of the series and one that can allow you to become commander of the dead. This is the safest play style in Diablo 4 as you can play passively behind the minions you summon in battle.
Unleash an undead army to do your bidding
Corpse Explosion is a godsend.
Extremely squishy, so keep your distance
The Sorceror is the glass cannon class of Diablo 4. The Sorcerer can deal massive amounts of elemental damage and zip around with teleport but suffers from a small health pool. You can branch out into ice, lightning, or fire elements, each with its own unique skill path.
Passively regenerates mana
The lowest amount of health
Mobility concerns aside from teleport
If you have ever wanted to transform into a werewolf or a bear, you can with the Druid in Diablo 4. You will have the option to opt into a shapeshifting master or focus on skills to debuff enemies and buff your party members.