Diablo Immortal Adventure Journal, How to Get & Use

Knowing how to get and use the Diablo Immortal Adventure Journal is, at some point, going to become pretty important. These consumables grant you access to Elite Quests, difficult and protracted missions that are very demanding, but also very rich in loot. So, that’s why we’ve decided to write this guide and explain how the whole system works. So, let’s get straight into the nitty-gritty.

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diablo immortal adventure journal how to get & use
Diablo Immortal Adventure Journal, How to Get & Use

How to Get Adventure Journal in Diablo Immortal

To get the Adventure Journal in Diablo Immortal, as far as we can tell, you just need to complete your objectives in the Codex and you’ll get them as rewards as you progress. Well, at least one of them. It seems that the second one drops when you reach Paragon Level 30, and it’s quite the grind to get there. We haven’t been able to verify that last bit of information, so if we’re wrong, let us know in the comments and we’ll correct the guide. All in all, I think it’s safe to say that you won’t be running into Adventure Journals at every corner. It makes sense, considering what they’re used for, which brings us to our next point…

How to Use Adventure Journal Diablo Immortal

Now that we know how to get the Adventure Journal, it’s time to explain how to use it. As we’ve already said, the Journal is a consumable item that allows you to unlock Elite Quests. How do you do that? By talking to Taite the Adventure Seeker in Westmarch. She will send you on an Elite Quest in exchange for an Adventure Journal. Keep in mind that these quests are long and seem to often feature difficult boss fights and enemies in general. So, be ready to spend quite a lot of time on these. The loot you get from them is meant to be really good, so they should be worth the effort. Hopefully, they’re a halfway decent alternative to the excessive monetization.

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