- Blizzard is reintroducing the Mother’s Blessing event in Diablo 4 on November 20, allowing players to earn a 35% boost in gold and XP until it ends on November 27.
- This event is a great opportunity for casual and hardcore players to maximize their XP gains and improve their gameplay experience.
- Blizzard’s commitment to improving the game is evident in its updates and events, with more in store for players, including the upcoming Midwinter Blight holiday event.
Blizzard is giving Diablo 4 players the opportunity to earn an increased amount of experience and gold for a short period of time, thanks to the return of an event. With Season of Blood in full swing, players are still refining game-breaking builds, such as the Whirlwind Barbarian, so experience and gold are much-needed resources. And while there are many ways to earn experience and gold in Diablo 4, like Nightmare Dungeons and Helltides, this boost is a surefire way to help casual and hardcore players maximize their gains.
When Diablo 4 first launched, earning experience and gold was an extremely slow process. Since then, Blizzard has made a number of updates to the game that have entirely changed how players can earn experience and gold in Sanctuary. With the launch of the game’s first season came the Urn in the battle pass, which allowed players to slot a unique material called Smoldering Ashes to get increased experience and gold. Recently, Diablo 4’s newest season brought many changes, including streamlining how players can earn experience in the game and making it much easier to reach level 100 and the endgame.
Blizzard announced on Twitter that the popular Mother’s Blessing event would be returning to Diablo 4 for a limited time. The event starts on November 20 at 10 a.m. and runs until November 27 at 10 a.m. PST. During this time, players will earn an increased 35% gold and XP in both the Seasonal and Eternal Realms on all four World Tiers. Additionally, this boost stacks so players will be able to use it along with Elixrs and the Urn of Experience to maximize their gains.
Diablo 4 players can check for an in-game icon next to their potion count to see when the boon has taken effect. This is the second time the Mother’s Blessing event has graced the land of Sanctuary, with it first introduced in August. However, this time around, Blizzard is more generous with the XP gain, raising it from 25 to 35%. This 10 percent increase is indicative of Blizzard’s commitment to improving the game and making it more rewarding for players.
While the game had a successful launch, Patch 1.1 in Season of the Malignant became one of the most hated, as it nerfed popular builds and decreased XP earned in Nightmare Dungeons, making the game more tedious for players. Since then, however, Blizzard has been on a mission to improve the game and has been releasing updates that focus on quality of life changes, such as increasing the drop rate of Uber Uniques and revamping Hell Tides.
The Mother’s Blessing is not the only event on the horizon, as Blizzard seems to have more in store for Diablo 4 players, such as the Midwinter Blight, a new holiday event beginning on December 12.
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Diablo 4 is an action RPG developed by Blizzard Entertainment. It’s the fourth mainline game in the franchise and lets players pick from five playable classes as they explore an open world Sanctuary in order to take down Lilith, while also completing quests, leveling up, and gaining better loot.
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- June 6, 2023
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