Knowing how to make and farm Diablo 2 Rejuvenation Potions is going to be really important, since these things can restore you quite a lot, especially the Full Restoration Potions. However, because they’re so powerful, they are very rare on Normal difficulty. Either way, you really need to know how to get Rejuvenation Potions in D2 Resurrected, and that’s exactly what we’ll be showing you in this guide.
How to Make Rejuvenation Potion Diablo 2 Resurrected
To make a rejuvenation potion in Diablo 2 Resurrected, you first need to get the Horadric Cube. Once you have that, place three Health Potions, three Mana Potions, and one Chipped Gem or Skull into it, then transmute them into a Rejuvenation Potion. That’s the lesser version; the one that restores 35% of total Life and Mana.
As for the Full Rejuvenation Potion, which restores 100% Life and Mana, you can also make it with the Horadric Cube. You can craft it using three Health Potions, three Mana Potions, and one Normal Gem or Skull, or three regular Rejuvenation Potions. Both of these methods are very resource-consuming, so you should only use it in a pinch. Farming Rejuvenation Potions is a better idea, which brings me to our next point.
How to Farm Rejuvenation Potion Diablo 2 Resurrected
To farm Rejuvenation Potions in D2 Resurrected, your best bet is to farm Act I on Nightmare difficulty for regular potions and Hell difficulty for full potions. Specifically, you should focus on fighting Champions and mini-bosses, aka monsters with blue and yellow names, and they will be plentiful in Act I on higher difficulty levels. All that said, you do get Rejuvenation Potions on Normal difficulty as well, but nowhere near as many as on higher difficulties, where they drop all over the place. Oh, and one final thing – you can’t buy these potions from any shop. You have to either farm or make them.