Do Aspects Stack in Diablo 4? – Answered

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Aspect Stack Diablo 4
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There are all kinds of Aspects that you can apply to your armor in Diablo 4, and some are clearly more powerful than others in Sanctuary. While it might seem like a great idea to stack Aspects when you have the chance, it’s likely going to be a waste of time or resources, and I’ll explain why in this guide.

Diablo 4 – Do Aspect Effects Stack?

The short answer is no, Aspects do not stack in Diablo 4. That means if you have two of the Bladedancer’s Aspect, for example, only one of those effects will count. By itself, the aspect will can 60% of the damage given by Twisting Blades to an orbiting blade as well. You won’t get 120% of that damage with two Aspects, so make sure to keep all of your armor in the game as diverse as you can.

If you happen to have two of the same Aspects stacked, then the game will automatically prioritize the one with better stats. For any of you out there that have duplicates, I would look at which one is more effective and then take the other item to the Occultist. This vendor will imprint any effects you want as long as you have them in your inventory or the Codex of Power.

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Even if you can’t stack the effects that you like the most in Diablo 4, there are plenty of other options out there for your character. I even feel overwhelmed sometimes when looking at which effects that I need to prioritize on my armor slots. You have plenty of item slots to work with by the time you reach level 50 though.

To make the most of your armor, make sure to check out my guide on the item Breakpoint levels in Diablo 4 as well.

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Daniel Wenerowicz

Dan has been writing gaming guides, news, and features for three years after graduating with a BA in writing . You can find him covering Call of Duty for eternity, action-adventure games, and nearly any other major release.