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The Best Diablo 4 Season 3 Builds for Every Class

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The Best Diablo 4 Season 3 Builds to Start With

Season of the Construct has arrived, and with that, you might be wondering what the best Diablo 4 Season 3 build is for your class.

The following builds our experts have designed these builds specifically for their journeys into Season 3.

Want to level up ASAP? Check out our Diablo 4 Season 3 leveling guide.


Barbarian is looking to be a pretty solid class this season, but a particular build was recommended to me that will use some of this season’s new fancy items and scale incredibly well.

Beatdropper, our Barbarian Expert, is hyped about his “Echoing Train” build. He told me that it has double instances of damage (Charge + Wall Ramming), Berserks easily, is unstoppable while Charging, and has a beefed-up basic skill that gets echoed to all tagged mobs and then detonates.

s3 lunging charge barbarianHe told me that it could utilize Selig, Starless Sky, and Ramaldni to scale hard and become unkillable and that his only concerns for the build were bosses, which he hoped Kick would deal with.


The Rogue isn’t looking as fiery as it was in previous seasons, with a few of its Poison Imbuement builds getting nerfed as well as a few of its bugs getting fixed, which has left a lot of Rogues worried, even our Expert Sanctum.

Fortunately, with Vaults and the Gauntlet being core components of this season, mobile classes may be king purely because of how mobile they are; mixed in with a slew range buffs, Sanctum believes that this season’s go-to build may be Rapid Fire “Silent Assassin” build.

s3 rapid fire rogue

He notes that “Unless there’s a basic skill build or another hidden interaction,” RF or Penshot will be one of the builds he gravitates to. I would keep an eye on the rogue Tier list here, as it’s likely to shift as more is found out.


Druid has been an incredibly powerful mainstay class, season after season. Even our Druid Expert AceofSpades pushed it to its limit last season, gaining the best time in Abattoir of Zir. However, all good things must end as Blizzard has chopsueyed the mechanics behind what made Druid so powerful.

Aceofspades isn’t fazed, though; he believes that his “PetNado – Tornado” build will more than perform this season. As with most of Ace’s build, it will be highly durable and capable of dishing a good amount at the highest tiers of content.

s3 petnado druidThe build is focused on using Tempest Roar to switch Storm skills into Werewolf skills and giving Storm skills up to a %chance to grant spirit. It also utilizes the “dynamic duo” Shepard’s Aspect with Tibult’s Will, giving a consistent boon to damage and increasing resource generation when going unstoppable.

You can also find AceofSpades playing on Twitch or making videos on his YouTube Channel.


The Sorcerer burst onto the scene quite unexpectedly last season with an unintended buff to Ball Lightning; with the skill getting a “fix” this season but buffs to underperforming builds, Sorcerer is looking to be a rather exciting, if not flexible, class this season.

Frozen Meatball, or the “The New Hotness” as our Sorcerer Expert, Lurkin, called it, is the new hot Sorcerer build making use of a new Unique Helmet, “Starfall Coronet,” that changes how Meteors function. Combining these newly buffed Meteors with its Enchantment, which is also buffed from the helmet, looks to be a ferocious combination.

s3 frozen meatball sorcererYou can also find Lurkin playing on Twitch or making videos on his YouTube Channel.


Necromancer is a fantastic class that has been in a rough spot the last few seasons; it’s either been overpowered or underwhelming with no natural middle ground or that’s just the general feel due to the other builds usually outperforming Necromancer.

Our Necromancer Expert, Ruse Cruize, has hopes for this season, though he expects “Bone Spear” to be the S-tier build for Necromancer.

Using Deathless Visage to buff Bone Spear and Ossified Essence to increase the Necromancer damage based on Max Essence is enough to have the Necromancer destroying content. It can also aim for a whopping 100% Critical Strike Chance and a 100% uptime on Vulnerability to use these two substantial damage bonuses.

s3 bonespear necroNow, this is something that most Necromancer players have seen before, and a lot of you may also be hoping that Minions will come back out to play, but even with the buffs to Minions, Ruse Cruize doesn’t believe that Minions will be top-tier.

Still, he has something up his sleeve and is cooking up something he’s confident in but wants to test thoroughly before setting it in S, so keep an eye on Ruse’s Tier list and Twitch for updates because our man is cooking.