Diablo Immortal is the latest game in the Diablo series and is a free-to-play massively multiplayer online action role-playing game. Being a loot-em-up style game, one of the core gameplay elements of Diablo Immortal revolves around finding increasingly powerful weapons, items and gear, and the most powerful items in the game are the fabled Legendary Items.
Legendary Items In Diablo Immortal are powerful pieces of gear that can not only significantly boost a character’s combat rating, but can also enhance a characters skills with unique buffs. Using this guide you will be able to figure out what these legendary items are and the best ways to farm them in Diablo Immortal.
Legendary items are available for every single item slot for each character. These are: helmet, chest, main-hand, off-hand, and legs. Moreover, every single legendary item contains some sort of magic effect along with a few attributes. What makes them exceptional, however, is the fact that they are also always guaranteed to have a Legendary effect. Each of these effects can change how one of your skills function, making your whole character exceptionally powerful. As a result, farming and getting legendary items becomes an essential part of endgame play.
How To Get Legendary Items in Diablo Immortal
Almost every interaction with the game world has a chance of dropping a Legendary Item, albeit with some activities having a greater chance than others. Here are all activities confirmed to have a chance of dropping Legendary Items:
Despite the fact that most of these activities have a very low chance of dropping Legendary Items, players will find that killing Monsters seems to be the most effective way to get them due to the sheer number of Monsters they will kill in their quests in Diablo Immortal.
Farming Legendary Items in Diablo Immortal
Thus far, there are two effective ways to farm Legendary Items in Diablo Immortal. The first method involves using the Codex. In the Codex, there will be certain dungeons marked that have a higher chance of dropping Legendary Items, and completing these specific dungeons will make it more likely to find Legendary Items. The second strategy is more difficult but also more rewarding. First, you must complete the main quests and grind your way to Level 60.
Then, head to Westmarch open the world map, clicking on the skull icon. Once that is done, select the difficulty “Hell 2”. What this does is make the game more difficult; enemies hit harder and have more health, and more dangerous varieties of monsters spawn frequently.
The benefit, however, is that more experience points can be gained from these enemies, and there is a higher chance for Legendary Items to drop from monsters and bosses killed. Moreover, this can be used in tandem with the dungeon-clearing strategy; clearing dungeons on a higher difficulty will result in much higher chances of obtaining a Legendary Item.
Purchasing Legendary Items in-game
Although currently there exists no way to directly obtain Legendary Items, it is possible to increase the chances of obtaining them. In Diablo Immortal, purchasing Legendary Crests allows for a greater chance of acquiring Legendary Items in Elder Rift events. Each Elder Rift is essentially a randomly generated dungeon with infinitely spawning monsters.
Upon defeating a certain number, a Rift Guardian boss spawns, and defeating it completes the Rift Guardian. By default completing Elder Rifts do not reward Legendary Items, however, by purchasing Legendary Crests, there is a chance of dropping these Legendary Items.
Moreover, subscribing to the Battle Pass allows the player to earn more in-game currency and to obtain more of both Legendary Crests and Legendary Items.
Finding Legendary Sets
Although finding Legendary items is exceptionally rare, finding Legendary Set items are comparatively much easier, and also somewhat guaranteed; with enough time and effort, these items are likely to be acquired from these locations. The Set items and their locations are as follows:
Feasting Baron’s Pack
The Turnkey (ring) – Tomb of Fahir, Hell +4
The Mailed Fist (gloves) – Kikuras Rapids, Hell +2
The Tyrant (boots) – Cavern of Echoes, Hell +1
The Subjugator (amulet) – Destruction’s End, Hell +2
The Prisoner (ring) – Forgotten Tower, Hell +4
The Goaler (belt) – Temple of Namari, Hell +1
Issatar the Brute (boots) – Destruction’s End, Hell +1
Issatar’s Open Hand (gloves) – Forgotten Tower, Hell +2
Issatar’s Undone (ring) – Cavern of Echoes, Hell +4
Issatar at Rest (amulet) – Mad King’s Breach, Hell +2
Issatar Contained (belt) – Tomb of Fahir, Hell +1
Issatar Enraged (ring) – Pit of Anguish, Hell +4
Shepherd’s Call To Wolves
Shepherd and Architech (amulet) – Tomb of Fahir, Hell +2
Shepherd and Mother (ring) – Mad King’s Breach, Hell +4
Shepherd and Father (ring) – Forgotten Tower, Hell +4
Shepherd and Beastmaster (gloves) – Destruction’s End, Hell +2
Shepherd and Begetter (belt) – Kikuras Rapids, Hell +1
Shepherd and Leader (boots) – Temple of Namari, Hell +1
Mountebank’s Flurish (amulet) – Cavern of Echoes, Hell +2
Mountebank’s Misdirection (ring) – Temple of Namari, Hell +4
In Diablo Immortal, Legendary Items are sorted according to each of the 6 classes (Barbarian, Crusader, Demon Hunter, Necromancer, Monk and Wizard). The full list of Legendary Items In Diablo Immortal is as follows: