How to auto pick up items in Diablo Immortal

Your equipment is very important in Diablo Immortal. This is one of your main privileges to advance and get stronger in the game, and since everything that drops is RNG based, it can be really difficult to replace if you accidentally drop a good item. By default, all gold you come across is automatically collected, but there is a way to set the game to always grab whatever gear you walk across as well. How to automatically collect loot in Diablo Immortal.

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How to auto pick up gear in Diablo Immortal

In order to automatically pick up gear in Diablo Immortal, you need to open your settings and scroll down in the “General” section. At the bottom is the automatic pickup. You’ll see three boxes for the three current rarities of items you may encounter: Normal, Magic, and Rare.

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Be sure to check any items that should be automatically added to your inventory when they appear on the ground and you walk near them. We strongly recommend turning this on at least for rare items. Since they are the highest level you can currently reach, if you accidentally leave a weapon or piece of armor at that level, you will kick yourself. We also enabled Magic pickups in the early stages of the game, but that’s more up to your decision. Normal pickups can take or leave you as you will come across these almost every encounter.

Since Diablo Immortal is a mobile game to begin with, we think auto-pickup should be the default. Because your hands are always playing on a smaller screen than your PC or console, there’s a much higher chance of accidentally leaving an area before grabbing every item that falls from a fight. How to auto pick up items in Diablo Immortal

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