Gambling makes a return in Diablo Immortal, Blizzard's free-to-play massively multiplayer online ARPG title on PC and mobile devices. If you want to unlock Diablo Immortal gambling as soon as possible, reap all the potential rewards and throw your gold at the Rarities & Antiquities NPC, we've got you covered.
In this guide, we outline how players can unlock Diablo Immortal's gambling feature, the exact location of the Rarities & Antiquities NPC, detail the escalating Gold costs, and info on the rewards.
How to unlock Diablo Immortal gambling & NPC location
You can't start gambling right away in Diablo Immortal. Instead, you will need to unlock this feature throughout your adventures in Sanctuary.
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To unlock Diablo Immortal's gambling feature, you will need to reach level 35. At this point, as you progress through the story campaign, a new vendor will open up.
In the image above, you can see the location of the Rarities & Antiquities vendor in Diablo Immortal with an NPC called Yakin offering up the opportunity to throw your hard-earned gold at randomized items.
For reference, the location is in Westmarch in Rakkis Plaza, very close to the city's Waypoint.
Diablo Immortal gambling Gold cost & rewards
First up, remember to always gamble responsibly, even in Diablo Immortal. While you can't get set items as a reward, players can get a tonne of rewards from jewellery, weapons and much more, including Legendary items.
The rewards for gambling in Diablo Immortal are all about luck and random stats. We recommend that players only start seeking rewards after they reach level 60, prioritizing jewellery to quickly boost their power level.
Before level 60, you can gamble in Diablo Immortal, but just remember the items acquired are based on level, so for example, you won't get a Legendary level 45 sword if you gamble at level 40. Instead, you will get an item based on your character level, which can be quickly replaced.
There's also a daily limit to gambling in Diablo Immortal. You can only gamble 25 times on each item slot per day.
Alongside the limit, there's an escalating Gold cost to gamble in Diablo Immortal. Check out an image showcasing the escalating Gold cost per day via Maxroll.gg below.
We highly recommend not doing more than 10 gambles a day per item slot in Diablo Immortal, and horde your Gold until you are at the max level, or if you really need to replace a low-level item to progress in the campaign.
My luck be forever on your side, Nephalem! While the gambling feature in Diablo Immortal might be a great way to increase your character's strength if you are lucky, just remember that Gold is used for many things, and you might not get an excellent reward for quite some time.
If you want to learn more about gambling and how you can use it to power up your character in Diablo Immortal, check out the awesome video from Cold Brew: Diablo Immortal below, showcasing how the feature works and more.
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