Diablo Immortal is out, and people are excited to start killing demons again. The mobile-first game has a lot of new and remixed mechanics, so there’s a lot to learn. There are a lot of mysterious RPG mechanics in Diablo Immortal. This game also has a maze of different premium currencies to navigate. With all of that in the mix, there are some gamers calling the amount of microtransactions excessive, but it’s a mobile game and this kind of thing is par for the course, unfortunately. And since there aren’t any followers in the game, you need all the power you can squeeze out of your gear.
Rerolling gear in games is a pretty common thing, so of course Blizzard turned it into a paid system. The paid Eternal Orbs are integral to many systems in the game, and you can’t really play the full game without them. And when it comes to reforging gear, you kind of need them. You can get the vital Reforge Stones without paying for them, but it won’t be easy. That’s going to take a lot of work though, and you have to grind for it. Sure, you could spend real money on Eternal Orbs and buy the Reforge Stones outright, but who has the money for that?
The intended way to get them without paying cash is to grind for them. And I won’t lie, this is going to take some time. A single Reforge Stone costs 200 Hilts, and you won’t always get more than a few thousand per week. You should earn enough to afford the 8 Stones you’re capped at per week, but not much more than that. The trick is to stay dedicated. Keep reading to learn how you can get more Once you have accumulated enough Hilts, you will need to make your way to Lieutenant Fizriah, one of the main vendors and your main Hilts Trader in Diablo Immortal. They can be found in Westmarch, the same as all other vendors.
Where can you earn more Hilts?
The Hilts can’t be directly farmed via normal play, as they’re designed to be farmed via special modes and quests. Blizzard has put in a bunch of daily and weekly tasks to complete to earn various premium currencies and other loot. Hilts in Diablo Immortal can be earned through the methods listed below.
Each time you complete a Challenge Rift, your rank will increase on the group and solo leaderboards. Once you get above a certain rank, you will get more Hilts the higher you climb.
First Kill of the Day
Killing the first enemy of the day grants you random rewards. There won’t always be Hilts in the bundle, but as long as you play consistently, you should earn a steady supply. Think of this like a login bonus, and just keep playing to earn more.
Group and Solo Leaderboards
You’ll get Hilts as a reward for reaching the top 1000 rank on the solo leaderboard. If you’re playing with a group, you have to be placed in the top 10 teams during each rotation. This won’t be easy, but if you play consistently and do well, you’ll be fine. Lower ranks will earn some Hilts, just not as many.
The Vault Raid mode also hands out Hilts in Diablo Immortal. Picking between the defending or attacking team doesn’t matter. You just need to play in the mode and win rounds to earn Hilts in Diablo Immortal.
Battles Passes, both the free and paid versions, will hand out Hilts when completing certain milestones.
Probably the easiest way to earn Hilts is by defeating enemies and exploring the map to complete Achievements in the Codex during the main story. There are a limited number of these and they can only be earned once. You can expand the number of possible tasks to complete by buying into the Empowered Battle Pass, but that’s entirely optional. You will just get faster returns on Hilts doing that.
There are a few other things to learn about this hit new RPG, so listen up. The Paragon leveling system is a bit different this time around, but mostly familiar. There’s also a more restrictive leveling system at play here, so keep that in mind. And if you find yourself not being challenged, trying a new difficulty in Diablo immortal might help. There’s also a battle pass to take on, if you want more consistent tasks to complete over your time with the game.