Diablo 4 may be focused primarily on slaying hoards of demons to earn yourself copious amounts of loot, but making the most of all of that gear means applying plenty of upgrades and Aspects to ensure you’re in tip-top shape for upcoming fights. You won’t be able to do any of that, though, if you haven’t accrued a hefty sum of gold in the game, as all of that improvement comes at a fairly significant price, especially as you delve into Diablo 4‘s demanding endgame experience. Here are a few tips for making money to help you afford everything you need to do.
Simply wandering around the massive open world and destroying groups of foes will earn you a decent income, but you’ll have to put some additional effort in if you want to maximize your currency gain. Try these methods.
Sell unwanted gear
The most consistent method of making money in Diablo 4 is to simply sell the gear you discover as you explore the world. Your inventory is likely to be overflowing with unneeded weapons and armor within just a few hours of playtime – and that will continue throughout the entirety of your time in the game. Head to any merchant that buys things and sell them everything you don’t care to keep and watch as your coffers fill up.
Complete world events
As you wander around the open world and dungeons in Diablo 4, you’ll frequently come across world events, which task you and any other local players with completing a brief enemy encounter to earn a loot chest. If you overcome these challenges, you’ll not only get a nice chunk of gold for your efforts, but you’ll likely end up with some gear you can sell for even more money. Even more, if you manage to complete the event’s mastery challenge, which requires you to meet certain goals during the encounter, you’ll get even better rewards, so always be sure to put in the extra effort required to achieve this.
The core gameplay loop of Diablo 4 is grinding enemies and improving your build, and that carries over into the world of money-making, too. Dungeons litter the entirety of the game’s map, and you’ll need to run them anyways to build up your arsenal of Aspects and to complete the game’s myriad side quests, so you might as well get used to this method. As with the rest of the game, it’s an opportunity to earn an abundance of gear that you can then easily sell at a merchant back in town for big bucks.
Never pass up a loot goblin
As you explore Diablo 4‘s expansive map, you’re definitely going to come across loot goblins, which can be identified by the massive treasure bag they carry around on their backs and their penchant for running away from you rather rapidly. If your build grants you any options for immobilizing enemies, definitely make use of that and then pummel the loot goblin with your strongest abilities. They’ll drop an abundance of gold and more gear that, as you can probably guess by now, can be sold back in town.
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