Every item in Diablo Immortal falls into one of four rarities or levels. The rarity of an object determines how unusual or amazing it is. As a result, a greater rarity item always has superior stats and qualities than a lower rarity item. The following tutorial will assist you in comprehending item rarities in Diablo Immortal.
Differences in Diablo Immortal item rarity
The following items are rare in Diablo Immortal:
- Common Gear (White)
- Magic Gear (Blue)
- Rare Gear (Yellow)
- Legendary Gear (Gold)
Common Gear (White)
The standard equipment is what you’ll find at the start of the game. These are useless and should be discarded. The most common things are the least effective and have the lowest stats. They do not provide any particular perks or qualities.
The typical white gear is mostly used as a slot filler. You’ll come across them throughout the game, but they’re solely useful for crafting. As quickly as feasible, they should be improved or swapped for a better rarity item.
It should be noted that ordinary gear does not include gem sockets.
Magic Gear (Blue)
Any magical gear you uncover will be superior than ordinary equipment. You’ll have a chance to acquire blue gear to replace your otherwise worthless white gear early in the game.
The magical equipment consists of basic characteristics plus one additional attribute, which may be Vitality, Fortitude, Strength, or any of the other qualities. Every piece of magical equipment may also have useful gem sockets.
You can boost your stats by putting a gem in your magical gear.
Rare Gear (Yellow)
During the mid-late game of Diablo Immortal, you’ll largely be looking for uncommon items. They have a level 20 minimum requirement. As a result, if you come across any yellow gear, store it until when you reach level 20.
Rare gear is generally found in dungeons or rifts, or when you defeat monsters. They have better damage and life values than ordinary and magical gear. They also have two bonus characteristics rather of simply one, like magic gear does.
Your yellow equipment will also have one magical modification. You should constantly be on the lookout for uncommon gear with sockets if you want to upgrade your character.
Legendary Gear (Gold)
Legendary gear is the most rare item in Diablo Immortal. They are inherently difficult to locate and very scarce.
Killing rare or elite-level monsters gives you the highest chance of getting legendary items. Completing dungeons or rifts may also result in the acquisition of legendary gear.
Legendary equipment has the greatest basic values and may have two or more additional qualities. They have one magical modifier and may also be socketed. Most crucially, a legendary item may have a legendary modifier that dramatically improves one of your stats or qualities.