Best Class In Diablo 4 Season 3
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Best Class for Season 3 in Diablo 4, ranked

Druid, Sorcerer, Rogue, Necromancer, or Barbarian?

Every season, Blizzard mixed up the meta in Diablo 4 through buffs, nerfs, and general changes to each class. In Diablo 4 Season 3, the best class is different than in past seasons.

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What is the best class in Diablo 4 Season 3?

The best class in Diablo 4 Season of the Construct is Barbarian. In the past, Barbarian has been at either rock bottom or the middle of the pack, but in Season 3, they are the best class.

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The reason Barbarians are the best in Diablo 4 is relative to how the other classes got changed and how they got buffed. First, their Charge, Hammer of the Ancients, and Upheaval builds got buffed which makes them more fun to experiment with and more viable than other classes with less powerful builds. Second, other classes received nerfs to their central builds, which dragged them down this season.

All classes in Diablo 4 Season 3, ranked

  1. Barbarian
  2. Sorcerer
  3. Necromancer
  4. Rogue
  5. Druid
How To Get Vault Sigils In Diablo 4
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Barbarians are in the best shape in Diablo 4 Season 3, so if you’ve yet to play them, now is the time. I’m in that boat — I’ve been holding off playing Barbarian, and Season of the Construct finally makes them look fun.

Sorcerers received a big nerf to their Ball Lightning build which used to be the best, but they are still extremely good. Sorcerers have always had a myriad of strong options when it comes to builds, and that hasn’t changed. What also hasn’t changed is how quick they are at leveling up, how good they are in the endgame, and how weak they are when it comes to survivability.

Necromancers remain in the center of the pack. Not much changed for Necromancers, but their Bone Spirit build got buffed, which might be a fun one to try. In general, Necromancers, yet again, avoid Blizzard’s deathtouch.

Rogues got hit the hardest in Diablo 4 Season 3 considering they used to be the best class in Season 2. Almost all melee Rogue builds, specifically Twisting Blades, got nerfed, which makes Rogues harder to play. If you do choose to play Rogue, you’ll have more success focusing on ranged builds like Penetrating Shot as those got buffed.

Druids are still at the tail end of the pack in Diablo 4 Season of the Construct. Druids have always had their problems, and these haven’t changed this season. They are the slowest levelers but still have great synergetic endgame builds and high survivability.

Don’t use this list as fuel to say Barbarians are good and Druids are bad. While that is slightly true this season, every class is balanced to their strengths and weaknesses. Every class is good even if some classes have a few advantages. Most importantly, every class is fun. To get going in Diablo 4 Season 3, learn how to farm Glacial Fissure Sigils materials.


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