Here Are the Diablo 3 Season 6 Rewards Up for Grabs
Get the full rundown on everything you can earn by playing a seasonal character.
Diablo III players now know what to expect from the upcoming Season 6, as Blizzard has detailed the rewards they'll be able to get their hands on by reaching certain milestones.
As was the case with Season 5, you'll again be able to earn brand-new cosmetic items during Season 6. This includes an exclusive portrait frame and a unique pennant, the latter of which requires you to complete the season journey's fourth chapter. There are also new pieces of the Conqueror's transmogrification set to be obtained.
Haedrig's Gift is also up for grabs for the second season in a row. By activating one of these--you can get up to three by hitting certain season journey milestones--you'll receive two to three pieces of a high-end set. The class of character you use to open the Gifts dictates which pieces of gear you receive, so you'll want to be sure before doing so.
Here's how you can obtain each of the three Haedrig's Gifts you're eligible to receive across all characters this season:
- Chapter III: Reach Level 70
- Chapter IV: Defeat Izual at level 70 on Torment II or higher
- Chapter IV: Complete a Greater Rift Level 20 solo.
And here are the sets (pictured above) you can get your hands on with Haedrig's Gift during Season 6:
- Barbarian: Legacy of Raekor
- Crusader: Armor of Akkha
- Demon Hunter: Embodiment of the Marauder
- Monk: Inna's Reach
- Witch Doctor: Zunimassa’s Haunt
- Wizard: Delsere's Magnum Opus
Finally, those playing seasonal characters will be able to earn themselves additional stash space. You'll need to earn the title of Conqueror before the season ends to do so, which is no easy task. Here's the list of requirements:
Complete a Torment X Nephalem Rift in under 4 minutes
- Level three Legendary Gems to Rank 55 or highter
- Complete any two Conquests
- Kill Rakanoth in under 15 seconds on Torment X
- Slay Greed on Torment X
- Clear Greater Rift 60 Solo
Season 6 kicks off on Friday, April 29, at 5 PM PDT in North America and 5 PM CEST in Europe. There's no set date for when it'll end, but Blizzard reiterated in an FAQ that all seasons will be about three months going forward.
Blizzard also recently previewed some of the changes and additions coming in the game's next update, patch 2.4.1.
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