How to use Warbands in Diablo Immortal

Despite the somewhat depressing and lonely feeling that the Diablo franchise has created, Diablo Immortal is quite the opposite. Like Lost Ark, another popular ARPG, Diablo Immortal is an MMO. Even so, it still has the same demon-killing gameplay that fans of the Diablo series have come to expect.

While some prefer to face the forces of hell alone, Diablo Immortal has several socially oriented features. There is a chat box that players can use to communicate or just talk to other people. The game also has Clans and Dark Clans related to end game content and Warbands.

Given the nature of the loot and its randomness in Diablo Immortal, players are highly recommended to take full advantage of Warbands.

Here’s how to use Warbands in-game and what they offer in return.

Warbands and how to use them in Diablo Immortal

It is best to think of Warbands as a guild. Warbands can be created and named. Usually, whoever makes it is the Warband Leader (aka the Guild Leader).



A Warband then grows when the leader invites players. Players can also sign up to become a member.

Once a Warband has been created, players who have joined will be able to talk to each other through their own chat channel, much like a guild.

To encourage players to group together, Warbands offer several enticing perks. In addition to having a group of like-minded individuals, they also offer:

  • A 5% increase in item drop chance (when grouping with other Warband members)
  • Shared stock
  • A Warband Camp (social space)
  • Sealed Warband Chests (unlock for Legendary items players can borrow)
  • Helliquary roles (roles that apply buffs to chosen players)

Warbands are small, each consisting of just eight players. This is more of an opportunity to create a close-knit community compared to a 100-person clan.

How do you create a Warband or become a member?



If Warbands in Diablo Immortal sound really fun, players should consider making one. To unlock this skill, players must first complete the tutorial. This applies to every new character. The option to join a Warband is also locked until the tutorial is completed.

Once Warbands are unlocked, players can follow the steps below:

  • Step 1: Tap the three stripes in the top right corner.
  • Step 2: Select War Tires.
  • Step 3: To join a Warband, choose one from the list and select Apply. Use the messaging system to ask questions about a particular Warband angle.
  • Step 4: To create a Warband, select Create Warband in the lower left corner.
  • Step 5: Choose content you hope your Warband will cover and pick a time of day.
  • Step 6: Write a description. This is a great place to add additional information, such as the type of classes you’re looking for.
  • Step 7: Give the Warband a name and select Create Warband.
  • Step 8: Set up the Warband camp. Kill 10,000 monsters. This cannot and must be done alone with at least one other Warband member.



The last step may sound daunting. However, the more allies help, the faster the task gets done. Additional allies multiply the effect. If two Warband members kill 100 monsters, Diablo Immortal counts that as 200 monsters.

Note: This article reflects the opinion of the writer

Edited by Rachel Syiemlieh

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