The Diablo 4 beta has a rather non-obvious way to change weapons. You can find out how to do this here.
The Diablo 4 beta is underway. Those who have access can try out the latest installment in the popular Blizzard series. Of course, while you’re having fun with the title, you can still struggle with some rather non-obvious mechanics. An example of one of them is changing weapons. From there you will learn how to do it.
Diablo 4: how to equip weapons?
Throughout the game, you will acquire better and better equipment for your characters. When you collect them, they will automatically go into your inventory. If you want your character to start using the selected item, you must equip it.
The whole process is quite simple. You open the inventory panel, click on the selected item and drag it to the appropriate slot next to the character.
Diablo 4: how to change weapons?
Weapons in the game cannot be changed using buttons. Indeed, everything happens automatically and is closely linked to the skills you use.
So to change weapons you need to use the skill assigned to it. A good example here is the thief, who has both ranged and short-range weapons at his disposal. If you want to fire a bow, you need to use an ability that does ranged damage.
If you have a weapon equipped at any given time that is not assigned to any of the skills you have chosen, you will not be able to use it. On the other hand, when using a skill that can be performed with any of your weapons, the game will automatically select the one that performs that task best.
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