Diablo 2: Resurrected has finally risen, letting players relive the glory days of Diablo 2 on PC or modern consoles with plenty of great upgrades. If you want to make it through the game in one piece, you’re going to need some help – and your help is going to need you. Here is everything you need to know about how to get and revive Mercenaries Diablo 2.
Mercenaries in Diablo 2: Resurrected, also known as Hirelings, are something that just about every playing is going to want to use at some point during the game. Not only do they provide you with plenty of extra damage to help fight enemies but they’ll also tank a lot of the hits that would usually be meant for your character if you were alone.
How to Get Mercenaries in Diablo 2
In order to get Mercenaries in Diablo 2, all you need to do is hire them from specific people. Who you get and where you go all depends on what act you’re in. We’ve provided some helpful details regarding that below:
|Mercenaries in Diablo 2|
|Act||NPC Vendor||Mercenary Group||Finished Quest Requirement|
|1||Kashaya||Rogue Encampment||Sisters’ Burial Grounds|
|5||Qual-Kehk||Barbarians||Rescue on Mount Arreat|
While there are no hirelings in act IV, Tyrael does provide resurrection services. You’ll also notice that you’ll need to finish certain questlines before having access to even hiring mercenaries, though that isn’t always the case.
It is important to note that each mercenary group comes with its own specialties. For example, the Iron Wolves are great spellcasters and the Barbarians are excellent at close-range combat.
Reviving Mercenaries in Diable 2
In order to summon or replace mercenaries when they die, all you have to do is head back to the NPC vendor you originally got them from. There, you’ll have an option to get more. Just like when you bought them, though, it’s going to cost you some gold.
That is everything you need to know about how to get and revive Mercenaries Diablo 2. If you’re still on the hunt for more info about the game, be sure to check out all of the other tips, tricks, and breakdowns related to the game by searching Twinfinite.
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