Diablo 3 Reaper of Souls Season 28 goes live on February 24th at 17:00 GMT. You can find more general information about the season and the new sets and guides in this article. Starts with season 28 Rites of Sanctuary, the new seasonal theme. on ancient Altar of Rites Inquisitive nephalem can follow the instructions and sacrifice various materials in exchange for unspeakable power for the entire season.
With this seasonal theme, the developers aim to enhance players’ season journey by connecting material goals with meaningful choices. They want to celebrate the upcoming release of Diablo 4, coming June 6th, 2023, with a feature that emphasizes progress while providing interesting details about Sanctuary. They hope you enjoy Rites of Sanctuary as much as the team does.
With the Rites of Sanctuary in Season 28 you will venture deep into the mysterious ruins of the Festering Woods. During a mining expedition, citizens of New Tristram uncovered an ominous altar carved from an archaic material with cryptic symbols. Struck to the core by the monolith’s eerie aroma, they enlisted the help of the brave nephalem, who agreed to investigate this eerie discovery once left to time – the Altar of Rites.
The Altar of Rites harbors a power long thought to have vanished from Sanctuary, granting these mystical powers to the worthy among the nephalem…after offering a sacrifice to it. you can up level one begin interacting with the Altar of Rites.
Upon arriving at the Altar of Rites, players will see 26 symbols labeled as seal are designated, as well as three legendary potions. Take your time and familiarize yourself with the elements.
As you can see, after unlocking the first seal the order in which you unlock additional seals and gain their powers is entirely up to you, and you can decide which powers best suit your character build. Once a sigil or legendary potion power is unlocked, you instantly gain the power of that sigil or potion, and can unlock associated sigils or potions once you have the required materials. All sigils and potions can be unlocked by players, and the Powers are applied to all of your characters – in fact, these powers persist throughout Season 28.
Unlocking sigils and potions is no easy task, especially after making several offerings – you’ll scour all of Sanctuary and defeat countless demons who are fanatical about preventing you from gaining full power in the Altar of Rites.
Players must gather and sacrifice the materials listed in the Altar of Rites menu to gain the power of a sigil or potion. After unlocking you not only get the corresponding power. You’ll notice that the general text previously displayed has been replaced with a brief snippet of Sanctuary’s turbulent past.
To unlock a sigil, you must first unlock the previous sigil (this does not apply to sigils R, S, and T due to their position in the altar). For example, if you want to unlock Seal B or C, Seal A must already be unlocked. There is no limit to the amount of sigils or potions that can be unlocked in a given period of time as long as you have the necessary materials to sacrifice to the altar. Regardless of the order in which you unlock sigils and potions, the cost increases, as illustrated below.
Check out the cost of each offering and think about where in Sanctuary you can find some of these rare materials.
When this offering is made, all other character classes on your account are considered done as well.
- Demon Hunter:
- witch doctor:
After defeating the armies of Hell and collecting the necessary materials to unlock all 26 sigils and three potions, you will receive a reward worthy of an unstoppable force – the cosmetic item Wings of Terror, Seal AD. The developers recommend that you unlock all sigils and potions in the Altar of Rites – not only to strike fear into your enemies, but also to piece together the fragments of Sanctuary’s past.