Diablo Immortal Clan, How to Create & Join Clans

If you want to know how to create and join clans in Diablo Immortal, you’ve come to the right place. The system is pretty simple, as it should be, given how important the clans are to the social aspect of the game. Although, making a guild is pretty costly. Be that as it may, let’s see how to make and/or join a guild in Diablo Immortal.

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Diablo Immortal Clan, How to Create & Join Clans

How to Create Clan in Diablo Immortal

To create a clan or guild in Diablo Immortal, the first thing you’ll need is a hundred thousand Gold three thousand Platinum (thanks for the correction, Huck and WeeScot). That’s the fee you’ll need to pay for creating a clan. It’s steep, to be sure, but it is what it is. Once you have enough coin, tap the menu icon in the top of the screen to open the menu and select Clans. Select the “Create Clan” option. From there, you just have to follow the steps the game lays out for you. It’s all pretty simple, luckily; the only stumbling block is getting enough money. Once you’ve created a guild, you’re free to invite other people, create goals and ranks, etc.

How to Join Clan in Diablo Immortal

To join a guild or clan in Diablo Immortal, tap the menu icon in the top of the screen, then select Clans. In this menu, you can freely browse or search for clans that you might like to join. Mind you, the cap is one hundred people per clan. So, if there’s one that’s full, you’ll have to look elsewhere. Or, you know, wait for somebody to get kicked out if it some kind of super-prestigious clan that you just have to join. Once you’ve found a clan you like, select it and click or tap “Apply.” If they accept you, the game will give you a notification.

If you need help with something else in the game, feel free to take a gander at some of our other Diablo Immortal guides. Among other stuff, we’ve written articles like Light Nine Lamps, Lost Runes, Performance Issues, Crashing Fix, and Connection Issues & Lag.

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  1. W

    Unfortunately it’s (no longer?) 100k gold, it’s 3,000 platinum, which looks like it’s about $40 worth or so of the online currency. Bad Blizzard.

  2. A
    A Wild Huck

    From what I can see it costs 3000 Platinum. I’m not sure if that changed after one day but it is a much bigger hurdle than 100k.

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