How to get Windforce in Diablo 2: Resurrected

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The Windforce in Diablo 2: Resurrected is a pretty important weapon. It’s legitimately one of the best Amazon bows in the game. It offers a great boost to sustain and helps control foes via knockback. The amount of damage Windforce deals is also a big help for farming endgame bosses. Getting it can be pretty hard to do as a generic drop, so most players decide to try and farm for it on specific bosses.

Windforce in Diablo 2: Resurrected Stats

+250% Enhanced Damage
+ (3.125 Per Character Level) 3-309 To Maximum Damage (Based On Character Level)
20% Increased Attack Speed
6-8% Mana Stolen Per Hit
Heal Stamina Plus 30%
+10 To Strength
+5 To Dexterity

How to get Windforce in Diablo 2: Resurrected

Hell difficulty is one of the best difficulties to farm. You could potentially get very lucky and farm it from earlier difficulties, but I won’t advise that. The drop chance in most instances is so low that it’s just not worth trying. The better approach is to farm bosses. As for farming bosses, Act 5 is probably the best thing you can do.

Here are the bosses in Act V that can drop Windforce:

  • Dac Farrn
  • Sharptooth Slayer
  • Thresh Socket
  • Snapchip Shatter
  • Frozenstein
  • Pindleskin
  • Nihlathak
  • Colenzo the Annihilator
  • Bartuc the Bloody
  • Achmel the Cursed
  • Ventar the Unholy
  • Lister the Tormentor
  • Baal
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Of these, Baal has the best drop chance of them all. But thanks to Hell difficulty, it’s not an easy fight by any stretch. Getting to Baal alone on Hell is a feat, and managing to beat him consistently means having your build dialed in. You need to be adequately prepared for fighting this bad boy.

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