Everything you can buy in the Diablo Immortal cash shop
Diablo Immortal’s free-to-play model includes microtransactions through an in-game cash shop for those who wish to get a leg up in their progress — and for Blizzard to make some money, of course. The game is currently in closed beta, but the shop is already open, selling in-game currencies, boosts to rift rewards, armor bonus rerolls, and two different monthly services as well as a free daily reward.
Let’s take a look at everything you can buy in the Diablo Immortal cash shop.
The first of two shop currencies, Eternal Orbs are used to buy other items in the shop. You can use them to purchase Crests (a consumable that increases Elder Rift rewards), rank up your Battle Pass (see below), or convert them the other shop currency, Platinum.
Cost: $0.99 USD for 60 Eternal Orbs. Purchasing greater quantities will get you more Eternal Orbs for your buck, up to a 20% more for the $99.99 USD for 7,200 deal.
Platinum is used to craft Legendary Gems, extract Skill Stones from Charms (a slot item with a class bonus), and buy items on the Market, a limited in-game auction house. The only items available for buying and selling on the Market are normal and Legendary Gems and Skill Stones.
Cost: 50 Eternal Orbs for 500 Platinum, with no bonus for larger purchases. You can also earn Platinum in-game, so you don’t need to buy it with Eternal Orbs.
Crests are consumables used to boost the rewards you receive from running Elder Rifts. They’re a primary source of Legendary Gems drops as well as random Runes which are needed to create Legendary Gems and Fading Embers which can be used to buy specific Runes. Crests also add random modifiers to your run, both good and bad affecting both players and monsters. Modifiers may include player run speed increase, more shrines, or random lava pools appearing under the player damaging them over time.
Crests come in two versions: Rare and Legendary. The Rare Crests cost 30 Eternal Orbs each, add one modifier, and guarantees 3 random Rune rewards and 1 Fading Ember. Legendary Crests cost 160 Eternal Orbs, add two modifiers, and guarantees the same rewards as Rare Crests plus a guaranteed Legendary Gem. While Legendary Gems have a chance to drop in Elder Rifts, Legendary Crests are the only way you can guarantee to be rewarded one upon killing the Rift Guardian. Up to 3 Crests can be added to an Elder Rift run to stack their rewards and modifiers.
Cost: 30 Eternal Orbs for Rare Crests, 160 Eternal Orbs for Legendary Crests. These Crests come from many sources in game, not just the shop.
Reforge Stones can reroll your equipment bonuses and are available for 100 Eternal Orbs each. Equipment bonuses fall into one of six categories and each one can only be rerolled with the a stone from the same category. Additionally, the bonus will be rerolled into a new one from the same category. For example, if you have the “Primary Attack damage increased 4%” bonus on your gloves, that is a Wildfire Family Attribute so you would have to use a Wildfire Stone to reroll it into a new Wildfire bonus from the list of five others in that family. Categories generally fall into groups of similar abilities such as defense, offense, health increases, etc.
Cost: 100 Eternal Orbs
Empowered Battle Pass
Similar to many other free-to-play games, such as Hearthstone, Diablo Immortal offers a free monthly rewards track that grants you rewards as you rank up through the system via Battle Points. These points are gained by completing different activities within the game such as completing rifts, dungeons, or bounties. While Battle Points are the primary way of ranking up your Battle Pass, you can also spend Eternal Orbs to advance to the next rank. Rewards at each rank can include equipment upgrade material, Crests, Legendary Gems, Legendary equipment, Reforge Stones, and a reward currency called Hilts.
For $4.99 USD a month you can purchase an Empowered Battle Pass in the shop. This unlocks extra rewards for each rank that are significantly better, such as more gems, Legendary Gems, Rare Crests, and Legendary Crests. There are also rewards not available on the free track, including keys to a special dungeon chest, Scoria (used to unlock boss fights in the endgame), and special chat emotes. The Empowered Battle Pass also unlocks extra quests to grant Battle Points not available to those only on the free track.
You only need to unlock the Empowered Battle pass once on your account for all your characters to have access to it. However, each character must progress through it on their own as Battle Point gains are note account wide. This is good news as each character can reap the rewards of the ranks they unlock with one exception. Certain high value rewards can only be claimed once per account, not once per character, and those are clearly marked as such in the Battle Pass window.
Boon of Plenty
Another shop item charging $4.99 USD for a month of use, the Boon of Plenty includes 300 Eternal Orbs, extra trade slots at the Market, an extra Stash tab, and one Rare Crest claimable daily. Though spending $4.99 would get you 315 Eternal Orbs, if you want to spending cash this is probably still a good deal for the other extras. But note that if you choose not to renew when it expires in 30 days, you will lose your extra Market trade slots as well as your extra Stash tab.
Free Daily Reward
There is a free daily reward for all players that must be claimed once a day to gain the full benefit. At the beginning this grants one of four random rewards: gold coins or normal, rare, or legendary upgrade materials. As you level up, the quality of the rewards will increase.
Forgotten Tower Trove
One-time cash offers will unlock as you progress through the game. For example, after you complete the Forgotten Tower storyline, you can buy the Forgotten Tower Trove. For $0.99 US you’ll get 60 Eternal Orbs, 1 Legendary Crest, 2 Rare Crests, and 6 random gems. That’s about a $5 USD value for less than $1.
If you choose not to buy it when first offered, it will remain available in the shop.
That’s everything available in the cash shop at the moment in the Diablo Immortal closed beta. We’ll update this guide as the items and prices change, so check back if you’re curious about what’s available in the shop.
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