Clear objectives and challenges to get Hilts in Diablo Immortal.
Hilts are a non-farmable currency that players can only acquire through events and challenges in Diablo Immortal. While there are a ton of ways to get Hilts in-game, there is only really one location in-game where you can use the currency to get valuable loot.
In this guide, we have outlined where you can get Hilts and what items you can exchange for this currency in Diablo Immortal.
Where to Get Hilts in Diablo Immortal
Unlike Gold, you cannot farm Hilts by slaying enemies in Elder Rifts or other dungeons in Diablo Immortal. Hilts can only be acquired by completing events and activities found in Diablo Immortal.
The good news is that there are multiple methods to acquire the currency in-game.
First Kill of the Day
Once in a while, you will be rewarded Hilts for completing the First Kill of the Day challenge in Diablo Immortal. The challenge is simple, get your first kill (just about any type of enemy will do) and collect your reward from the First Kill of the Day tab in the pause menu.
The First Kill of the Day is the simplest way to get Hilts in Diablo Immortal. Unfortunately, it is not a very consistent means of collecting the currency in-game, since Hilts isn’t the only reward featured in the event.
Codex Conquest Events
Completing achievements found in the Conquest tab in the Codex will reward you with a small number of Hilts.
Be sure to check the Conquest tab regularly so you can hit those achievements faster and get even more Hilts consistently.
Hilts are featured as a regular reward in the Diablo Immortal Battle Pass. Whether you have the regular Battle Pass, the Empowered Battle Pass, or the Collectors Empowered Battle Pass in-game, you can get a decent amount of Hilts as you level up through all 40 levels of the Battle Pass.
If you want to get as many Hilts as possible, it is recommended that you opt for the Empowered Battle Pass, as this will give you rewards for both the normal Battle Pass and the Empowered Battle Pass track, which could essentially double the number of Hilts you can collect every season.
Check out our Season 3 Battle Pass Rewards List to get a better idea about how many Hilts you can expect to get from the Battle Pass.
You can also get Hilts as a reward for completing the Raid the Vault event. However, you first have to join the Immortals or the Shadows to either Defend or Raid the Vault, respectively.
Either way, you can get Hilts as a reward for successfully raiding the Vault.
Level up in Group and Solo Challenge Rift Leaderboards
Although not as easy a method as the others listed above, leveling up and reaching the top 1000 in the Challenge Rift leaderboard will net you some Hilts as a reward.
For group Challenge Rift rankings, your team has to reach the top 10 to get the highest number of Hilts rewards.
Where to spend Hilts in Diablo Immortal
There’s only one place to spend Hilts in Diablo Immortal – The Hilts Trader in Westmarch.
You can get various rare items, crafting materials, and other loot in exchange for a decent amount of Hilts in-game. However, most of the items found in the Hilts Trader’s shop will have a daily, weekly, or monthly cooldown, depending on the rarity of the listed item.
What can you get with Hilts in Diablo Immortal?
Generally, you can get a weekly rotation of Legendary Items/Gems, Charms, Legendary Crests, Normal Crests, Crafting Materials, Enchanted Dust, and Normal Gems from the Hilts Trader in Westmarch.
If you’re part of the Immortals, you will have even more options, as the Hilts Trader will feature an exclusive list of items for sale for Immortal members.
Lastly, you can get a random set of purchasable items from the Limited-time tab at the Hilts Trader. However, the featured items are usually just gear upgrade prerequisites and the occasional rare item.
Hilts are non-farmable in Diablo Immortal, which means you cannot get Hilts from killing enemies as you could with Gold, for example. The good news is that there are many other ways you can collect and amass this valuable currency in-game, and most of these methods post relatively simple challenges that you can quickly complete.
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