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Diablo Immortal: How to Get Adventure Journals

Here's how to get Adventure Journals in Diablo Immortal.

Tied to Elite Quests, you may be wondering how to get Adventure Journals in Diablo Immortal. The game is filled with a multitude of different currencies, quests, and unlockables, but these diaries are incredibly important as you reach the end-game. And if you want to change the difficulty of the main campaign, you’ll want to seek them out. Here’s what you need to know.

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How to Get Adventure Journals in Diablo Immortal

Here’s how to get Adventure Journals in Diablo Immortal:

  • Reach Level 60.
  • Switch to Hell I Difficulty (received through the Codex).
    • Finish an Elite Quest.
  • Hit Paragon Level 30 (received through the Codex).
  • Switch to Hell II Difficulty.
    • Finish an Elite Quest.

Related: How to Change Difficulty in Diablo Immortal

Let’s start with the basics. Elite Quests become available after beating the main campaign, starting at Level 60 with Hell I difficulty (or higher) enabled. They contain multiple parts of larger quest chains, and completing them yields great rewards, including special chests. And these chests can be unlocked by redeeming Adventure Journals.

The whereabouts of other journals are unknown for now, but we’ll be sure to update the guide once more info is known. It is likely that you’ll unlock one for each additional level of Hell, but it’s not possible to confirm yet.

To turn the journals in, visit Rakkis Plaza in Westmarch and look for the NPC named Taite [Adventure Seeker]. Speak to her to exchange the journals for an Elite Quest and get some sick loot while enjoying Immortal‘s wonderfully grim atmosphere and story.

That’s how to get Adventure Journals in Diablo Immortal. We’ll keep it updated as more journals come out. If you’re interested in more guides to help you grind out that epic loot, check out our Essence Transfer guide.

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