How to Get to Level 60 Fast in Diablo Immortal

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If you are an experience Diablo player, you know that getting to the max level is only the start. The whole process takes a ton of grind, and Diablo Immortal is no different.

Level 60 is the max level in Diablo Immortal, and once you reach it, you will be leveling your Paragon. The fun or “real” grind starts when you reach the max.

In this guide, we will focus on how to get to level up fast in Diablo Immortal. You’ll reach level 60 in no time by following these fast leveling tactics.

Farming Paragon levels will be a whole different topic, but generally, it should be the same with a few extra steps.

Leveling Your Battle Pass

The biggest chunk of experience points will be through your battle pass leveling. Each time your battle pass levels, the XP increases level after level. It will get harder and harder until you max it out completely.

However, it is worth noting that the fastest way to level in Diablo Immortal is by focusing on content that gives you battle pass experience points.

This assures you that you are not only leveling while you are doing activities or content, but you also have the bonus of leveling your battle pass for extra levels and resources.

There are only a few activities that do not award battle pass experience points, like farming Monstrous Essences while doing random activities around the world or doing challenge rifts.

Spamming Short Dungeons

Two of the shortest dungeons are Mad King’s Breach and The Forgotten Tower. You can include the Kikuras Rapids since you can skip most of the mobs and get to the raft really fast. However, you aren’t getting experience from mobs as much as in other dungeons if you are going to do this.

The best thing about doing dungeons is that it gives 15 battle pass experience points while having great loot. Elder Rifts can be faster, but they only give eight battle pass experience points each run.

The Forgotten Tower is the easiest and shortest one because it is such a small area and the enemies are incredibly dense.

Upgrade, Upgrade, and Upgrade

The better your build and gear, the faster you can clear content. Always upgrade your normal and legendary gems when available.

Upgrade your armor and weapons as well since they are easily transferrable to other pieces of equipment you get along the way.

Memorize the layout of Westmarch and the locations of each NPC. It will save you a lot of time and make use of all the waypoints available.

Focus on a Leveling Build

Leveling builds are usually curated in a way that allows the player to swiftly dispose of a ton of enemies fast. Area of effect abilities with short cooldowns and insane firepower are always the things you look for.

For example, Demon Hunter leveling builds have one mobility skill, Daring Swing, and three offensive abilities that can all do area of effect damage.

Read all the legendary items you get and find bonuses to abilities that can improve your damage output against dense enemies.

Do Dailies and Weeklies

Dailies and weeklies are defined as activities you can do that are limited to once a day and once a week, respectively.

These are all important to your overall progression in the endgame. These activities give a big chunk of experience points to your overall level and battle pass level.

It is important to finish them every day and every week. Doing bounties, contracts, featured activities, raids, and vaults will give you the resources you need in the long run while giving you experience points.

It might not be the fastest way to level up, but they are crucial to your progression.

Play with Groups or Friends

For this tip, there will be a ton of variables that can either make your leveling slower or faster. Doing content as a group is always beneficial since you get bonuses, and it will be a lot easier to get better gear.

If you can find a good group that can clear content fast and can commit to doing fast runs with you for a long time, this will be exponentially faster than going solo all the time.

Don’t Rush the Main Quest

Every time you get a new quest for the campaign, you will be able to do it easily, but you will be sacrificing time when you are constantly switching from activity to activity.

Once you reach Zoltun Kulle’s library quest and finish the Lost Runes quest, you will be able to finish the main quests, but you will always end up levels away from the next main quest.

Do not rush main quests unless you want to do them casually. Spamming dungeons is always the way to go if you want to get to level 60 fast. You can do your main quests when you are four to five levels ahead.

Obviously, if you are near the max level (around 50 to 56), you can finish the main quest anytime you want. You can even beat Skarn immediately and grind your way from level 57 to 60.

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