In Diablo IV, Elixirs are one of the most important items available. They provide your character with different types of one-use buffs, making the gameplay experience even more fun. Being a returning item from the previous Diablo games, experienced players might know about Elixirs already. However, some newcomers might find it challenging to make them. This handy guide will cover how to make and use Elixirs in Diablo IV.
How To Craft Elixirs In Diablo IV
If you want to craft Elixirs in Diablo IV, you must be ready with some ingredients, namely Herbs and Monster Parts. Different Elixirs will require different Herbs and Parts. You will need to locate these various ingredients in the game!
In order to find Herbs in Diablo IV, locate the shining plants scattered over the entire map, and interact with them to get what you need. Shining plants can be found almost anywhere in Diablo IV.
On the other hand, Monster parts can be collected upon defeating enemies that roam around in the menacing world. The best way to collect Monster parts is by participating in Dungeons, as these places hold huge numbers of enemies.
Once you have the said items, get to the near to nearest Alchemist—you can find most of them in the Central region of the in-game map. They are symbolized by the mortar and pestle icon. From there, open the Elixirs menu on the right side of the screen to see the list of Elixirs that are available with you. Then, select the one that you want to make and click on ‘Craft’ to finish up the process.
How To Use Elixirs
In Diablo 4, there are two methods using which you can use elixirs—by consuming them directly from the Consumables menu or via adding them to the Action Wheel, which basically works like a quick menu.
To consume elixirs using the first option, open your inventory and navigate to the Consumables tab. From there, look for the potions and elixirs you want to use, select and use them.
Alternatively, you can open the Action Wheel by pressing the ‘E’ key on the Keyboard on the PC and the ‘Up’ d-pad on the consoles. Once that is done, search and assign consumables. After that, you can select the Elixir from the action wheel to use it.
That’s all you need to know on how to make and use Elixirs in Diablo IV. If you find this guide helpful, share it with your friends! And while you are here, take a look at other Diablo IV guides covering how to Salvage items, how to get and upgrade healing potion, and much more.
Diablo IV is currently available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Windows, and Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S.