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All Fractured Peaks Altars of Lilith Locations in Diablo 4

Bow down to the Daughter of Hatred

You just can’t refuse certain things. Free stat points, petting dogs, and slaying nefarious creatures are some of them, and Diablo IV offers all that and some more. But let’s focus on one thing at a time. If we go from the beginning of this list, we know that you can get some extra stats by finding the Altars of Lilith scattered around the map. Those are permanent and will have an immediate effect on all of your characters, so they’re always welcome.

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Each area has its own Altars, and you can track how many of those you got by opening your map. The exact amount is tracked, and you can also see where they were. But we’ll save you from the hard part and tell you where you can find all of those right now.

Where to Find All Fractured Peaks Altars of Lilith in Diablo 4

There’s a total of 28 Altars in the initial area of the game. This area is the only available map during the Beta tests and the Server Slams, so you’ll end up collecting all Altars if you go for those. Some of them won’t show up before you complete the initial tutorial (reaching Kyovashad). See below all of the places you’ll have to go to find all of the Altars.

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You can start getting them as soon as you get free access to the map, so you might want to do it as early as possible to min-max your character. The image shows 25 out of the 28 altars, as the last three are located in the Strongholds (the red icons), and you can only claim those after clearing these areas. Strongholds are harsher than the usual open-world difficulty, so beware.

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Whenever you create a new character, your Altar stats will automatically be applied to it. You can find the same Altars again, but all they do is mark themselves on your map. New Altars you found on a new character will grant extra stats for your whole account, including previously created characters.

Good luck with your altar hunting!

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Patrick Souza
Patrick has been working for Prima since 2022 and joined as a Staff Writer in 2023. He's been interested in gaming journalism since college, and that was the path he took once he had his degree in hands. Diligently ignores his ever-growing backlog to keep raiding in Final Fantasy XIV, exploring in Genshin Impact or replaying some of his favorite RPGs from time to time. Loves tackling hard challenges in games, but his cats are still the hardest bosses he could ask for.