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All Fractured Peaks Altar Of Lilith Locations In Diablo 4

The first region in Diablo 4, Fractured Peaks, has nearly 30 Altar of Lilith locations to track down, letting you quickly improve your character.


The Fractured Peaks Altar of Lilith Statues in Diablo 4 are a key part of your early journey, but easily missed without a guide. When exploring the world of Sanctuary in Diablo 4, there is plenty to look out for. Whether you're searching for your next dungeon or trying to complete an event for extra Murmuring Obols, you will usually never have to go far before encountering your next bit of action. For some players, though, they're not after action. Instead, they're chasing some buffs that will help later on.

This collectible, of sorts, has been highly sought after by players. Even in just this first area, we have over 20 Altar of Lilith statues scattered around the limited map's various regions. In this guide, we'll show you where you can find every single Altar of Lilith statue in the Diablo 4 Fractured Peaks map.

All Altar of Lilith statue locations in Fractured Peaks

When you discover your first Altar of Lilith statue, the game tells you that there are more out there to find. However, there is no indication as to how many are discoverable in the Fractured Peaks area of Diablo 4. According to the map, there are a grand total of 28 Altar of Lilith statues in this first area. There will, of course, be more statues in other regions to come during your journey.

For now, though, there are 28, and players can see where to find each and every one via the map screenshot below.

All Altars of Lilith in Fractured Peaks
All Altars of Lilith in Fractured Peaks

Usually, the statues will be located along the side of a road or near the tree line. They will often be somewhat hidden, but if you're near one, you will know it, as the statue will be glowing a dark shade of red. Once you find a statue, go up to it and press the interact key to receive the full benefits.

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What do the Altar of Lilith statues do?

Speaking of those benefits, there are a few reasons why players should make hunting down the Altar of Lilith statues a priority. As the game initially explains, each statue will give players a different kind of reward, depending on which one they interacted with. Most of the statues will give players a permanent boost to one of their stats. This usually comes in the form of a +2 boost to any one of their five stats.

However, some statues will offer different rewards, such as an increase in the amount of Murmuring Obols they can hold or an HP boost. A majority of the time, though, players will earn a base stat increase.

In addition to collecting a stat boost, players will also earn some Renown in the area of the map they discovered the Altar of Lilith statue. Renown is a mechanic that players can level up by completing various tasks in a region on the map.

The Renown system in Diablo 4 offers players some rewards they can't earn elsewhere.
The Renown system in Diablo 4 offers players some rewards they can't earn elsewhere.

Here, you can see all of the rewards you receive for each Renown. If you have completed a level already, you can claim your reward, which can be anything from gold and XP to a Skill Point or extra Healing Potion charges. The Altar of Lilith statues come into play with this system since each time a player finds a statue, they earn a small amount of Renown for their current area.

If players view their map, they can see exactly how many Altar of Lilith statues there are in the map region they're currently in, as well as how many they have found thus far. So if you want to progress your Renown levels quicker, then finding the Altar of Lilith statues is an easy route to take. You can also progress your Renown levels by completing side quests, clearing Dungeons and Strongholds, and discovering Waypoints.

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