A Diablo Immortal character has six legendary gem slots Diablo IV Gold. Each gem is assigned an amount, ranging from 1 to five stars, which cannot be changed, and that has a significant impact on its value. Gems that have five stars are rarer than ones with one star. Legendary gems are upgradeable by consuming other legendary gems. The simplest method to do this is by using other gems of legendary status. A gem that is upgraded can be further improved using the "gem resonance" system that requires -- you guessed it -additional legendary gems, that is, up to five extra gems per gem slot.

If you want to maximize your characters -- and maximising your character is exactly what Diablo is all about -- there's a wealth of legendary gems: to choose the best ones that match your character, to achieve good star ratings to enhance the gems you have, and eventually to include them in the gem's extra resonance slots. It's endless.

Within Diablo Immortal's array of currency, upgrade paths, and reward system, legendary gems are where the business model bites hardest. Blizzard and NetEase have not been so reckless as to offer them directly via a loot container or gacha mechanism, however what they've come up with is perhaps, even more disturbing. Legendary gems can only be found in bosses from the randomly generated Elder Rift dungeons, and you can only ensure the legendary gem's drop by applying an legendary crest modifier the dungeon in advance of starting it. If not, the drop rates for legendary gems are very low.

While you do not have to pay any money for the game, you can only collect one legendary crest per month, and even buying a battle pass will only give you one or two additional legendary crests each month. In addition cheap Diablo 4 Gold, you'll need to purchase them directly.