Looking for a Diablo 4 Renown explained and all rewards guide? Renown is an additional currency earned largely through exploration and questing, giving players that engage with it some extremely valuable rewards, including additional Skill Points and increasing the maximum number of Healing Potions you can carry. On this page, as part of our Diablo 4 guide, we'll explain Renown and all rewards so that you can get the most out of your characters account-wide.
Diablo 4: Renown Explained and All Rewards
Players will earn Renown in Diablo 4 while checking off completionist activities in a specific Region, like discovering new areas, completing Dungeons, finding Altars of Lillith, completing local Side Quests, unlocking fast travel enabling Waypoints, or conquering mighty Strongholds. Each pays out a different Renown reward upon completion, correlating with the difficulty required. You can check your own progress by hitting the Touchpad and then pushing Triangle (pictured above).
Each Region has five levels of rewards associated with it, with a dedicated player required to max out even one. Some of the rewards gained are shared across multiple characters and will actively reward players who go the extra mile in all their playthroughs. Below you can find a list of all the Renown rewards available, which applies to and can be unlocked in each of Diablo 4's five Regions: Fractured Peaks, Dry Steppes, Scosglen, Kehjista, Haweza.
|Renown Required||Character Reward||Account Reward|
|200||Bonus XP, 3000 Gold||+1 Skill Point|
|500||Bonus XP, 10000||+1 Potion Usage|
|800||Bonus XP, 25000||+1 Skill Point|
|1110||Bonus XP, 60000||+80 Max Obol Capacity|
|1500||Bonus XP, 150000||+4 Paragon Points|
The increased usage of Healing Potions alone is an unbelievably potent reward, and unlocking at least that second tier of reward should be a goal in each new Region as you discover them. Skill Points, too, being an account-wide reward, will make levelling new characters a much easier process. The Renown system is generally an elegant one which rewards engagement and invites repeat playthroughs, provided you have the extra time to commit to it.