Today, I want to review my full release plan as I prepare for Season 1 in Diablo IV. The first season will launch in about six weeks, presumably making changes based on some achievements in the game after the game’s release.
So we want to be as ready as possible to either experience most of the game or get something that expands between seasons so we can finish Diablo 4 Season 1 without any issues.
Altars Of Lilith
The first thing we’re going to talk about is Altars of Lilith. If you’ve read any of the guides, you know that your first priority should be to complete Altars. Because that’s one of two things that can actually expand between seasons. At the same time, it will also increase your permanent power and Diablo IV Gold, which is very important.
For each Altar of Lilith you accumulate across all maps, you’ll gain several forms of stats. Because you get an extra 2% buff to Strength, Intelligence, Dexterity etc from these Altars, and these do stack, especially on newer characters that are farther away.
The more stats you enter the game with, the less effective Altars are in the grand scheme of things. But when you start a new character, these will probably become the majority of your stats. It depends on how many rare Diablo 4 Items you can earn at the initial run of the game.
I recommend following the map for the exact best path through each Altar. You guys can keep going and basically run around the entire map and pick up all the super useful stuff.
Campfire & Potion XP Bonuses
The next thing I want to mention is the extra rewards during the event. Because this will be the number one priority and a great way for players to get more rewards. The first way to get XP Bonus is through the potion system.
No matter where you are, you’ll want to pop potions, which will give you a small amount of extra experience throughout the game. You can use Alchemist to make these potions, or you can continue to use your Herb to make some potions. This will be very important for gaining some remaining extra experience through the event, another way to earn XP bonuses.
After this Campfire is activated, if you stand next to it, you will get a stacking experience bonus. In addition to experience rewards, it also gives you a Potion. For a duration of 15 minutes, there is a total of 15 bonus XP. If you teleport here again, even if you’re just sitting, you’ll be rewarded with some free XP. Core Medicines and Altars of Lilith should now be easy to get when we get Mounts.
There is another feature that can be expanded between seasons, and that is campaigns. Once you complete the campaign first, you’ll unlock the campaign feature to skip seasons.
Even if you don’t care about unlocking World Tier 3 being locked behind the campaign, as long as you want to end the game, you have to finish the campaign anyway, which is a very important feature.
It’s important to note that the campaign should be your primary focus alongside Altars of Lilith. The reason I’ve kept them separate, rather than discussing them as a focus, is that when you’re running the campaign a lot, you can pick up a few Altars of Lilith on the way to the different camp campaign locations, use Campfire and Potion, you can activate them during an activity.
You can earn Diablo 4 Gold as rewards at the same time, which can help you progress towards the ultimate game in the first six preseason week iterations, and help you in the first actual season.
There are many interactive maps out there, but the Aspects system has always been at the heart of every player build. You’ll want to load as many aspects as are useful for your build. However, some dungeons actually give you specific Aspects.
For example, Rogue’s Aspect of Encircling Blades will appear in Forsaken Quarry dungeon. This allows us to use Fluoride to deal damage to enemies around us. This is actually a pretty solid aspect that you can make a messy build around.
So figuring out which aspects are guaranteed and some potential ones you might want to pursue will help your build.
Get To Higher World Tiers ASAP
In the end, the ultimate priority for the first six weeks is to wrap up the game experience and allow you to sort of figure out what’s going on and figure out how to build. It’s going to be something we’re all going through at the same time, so you can invest as much time as possible in the endgame, which will mean you can get to higher world tiers as quickly as possible.
Now personally, I want to run an optimized build and try to get all the different skill points in the game. So that includes running around and completing famous systems while doing events and quickly leveling up. So I have access to those higher world tiers, and more importantly, the higher world tiers, specifically World Tier 3 and World Tier 4, which give you higher loot ranges.
This means that the sooner you reach World Tier 3, the better gear you’ll get, which will allow you to streamline your progression and even get to the end game sooner, and then get better loot. What’s more, when you speed up your world level and speed up your endgame progression, it’s also key in helping you get to the endgame in Season 1.
Of course, the most important part of the complete experience is having fun. You can slowly play through all the content, and what I want to do is to make it easier for people who may want to simplify their progress a bit. Because I want to focus on helping you all play Diablo 4 and help you have the best experience possible. Hope you have a pleasant gaming experience.