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Diablo > Diablo 4Oct 19, 2023 1:30 pm CT

All of the Hunter’s Acclaim rewards in Diablo 4 Season 2

Diablo 4 Season 2 is now live and players have once again been tasked with defending Sanctuary from an otherworldly threat. In Season of Blood, the integral public event players participate in are the Blood Harvests, a Helltide-style event that rotates constantly between the Dry Steppes, Hawezar, and Scosglen, inviting you slaughter vampires and disrupt their rituals. Blood Harvests are the main source of Pact Armor, which allows you to utilize the seasonal Vampiric Powers, as well as Blood Seekers, enemies who are the main drop source of Potent Blood, the seasonal currency needed to upgrade Vampiric Powers.

Participating in and completing Blood Harvests also rewards Hunter’s Acclaim, a new reputation introduced in Season of Blood that functions differently than the Renown from the five main regions. And, of course, there are plenty of rewards. Beyond the materials and loot you collect in the Blood Harvests themselves, earning reputation with Hunter’s Acclaim rewards you gear, Potent Blood, and new Vampiric Powers.

Here’s what you need to know about all of the rewards available from Hunter’s Acclaim in Diablo 4 Season 2.

In each region’s major city is a Hunter’s Acclaim board that tracks your current tier and progress until the next. There are 18 tiers and each one rewards a combination of Rare or Legendary quality gear, Jewelry, gold, or Murmuring Obols. Once you collect enough reputation from Blood Harvests, you’ll be able to collect your rewards and move to the next tier. The gear scales to your level and the quality increases based on the Hunter’s Acclaim tier you’re cashing in.

These are all of the rewards from Hunter’s Acclaim:

Each reputation tier of Hunter’s Acclaim has a progressively higher total than the one before, meaning you’ll need more reputation to move on to each tier. Something to keep in mind about Hunter’s Acclaim is that when you rank up, your reputation total doesn’t carry but instead resets to zero, meaning you’ll need build it up all over again. Tier 1 has you grind 250 reputation and when you reach Tier 2, the reputation will revert to zero and then you’ll need to grind again to 300 reputation, and so on.

This means getting through all 18 tiers will require a good amount of investment and grinding. This season ends in January 2024, so there’s plenty of time. Happy hunting!

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