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Diablo 4 Season 2 Blood Harvest Locations, activities, and rewards

Shine on, harvest moon.

The story of Diablo 4 Season 2: The Season of Blood revolves around the spooky ancient vampire Lord Zir and his horde of bloodsucking followers. They’re laying waste to Sanctuary, taking innocent villagers hostage, and generally driving down property prices in their areas. This invasion manifests itself most readily in the new Blood Harvest events that you can encounter across the map. These are incredibly rewarding new timed events, similar to Helltides, and in this guide, we’ll give you all the information you need to make the most of them. Read on for a full guide to Diablo 4 Season 2 Blood Harvest Locations, activities, and rewards.

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Blood Harvest Locations

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As mentioned above, Blood Harvests represent attacks by Lord Zir’s forces in different regions of Sanctuary, and therefore they can be found in a variety of places on the map. Unlike Helltides, there will always be at least one Blood Harvest active on the map at all times right from the start of the game. To find the currently active one in your game, simply open your map and look for a section that’s dark green in color, with a green skull icon in the center. You can highlight this skull to confirm the area is currently experiencing a Blood Harvest. Once you’ve located it, simply warp to the nearest Waypoint and walk into the dark green area to get started.

Blood Harvest Activities

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Once you’re in one, Blood Harvests have a few different activities on offer for those with a vampire-based vendetta. The most basic among these is simply killing enemies. The enemies you’ll find here will all be vampiric in terms of theming, and defeating them will drop a range of useful resources, including Seeker Keys, Blood Lures, Potent Blood and Hunter’s Acclaim points. We’ll get deeper into what the latter two do in the Rewards section, but we will cover Seeker Keys and Blood Lures here.

Seeker Keys can be randomly dropped by Blood Harvest enemies, though typically only Elites. Once you have one, you can use it to unlock one of the Seekers Caches that you’ll find scattered around the Blood Harvest area. These contain high-quality gear, as well as Blood Lures, Potent Blood, and Pact items. 

Blood Lures can also be claimed by defeating Elite enemies, and they’re used to activate Sanguine Altars, which you’ll find in set locations in each Blood Harvest. You’ll typically need 15 Blood Lures in total to activate one, and doing so will summon two tough Bloodseeker enemies for you to fight. These are corrupted versions of each of the game’s five classes, meaning they have health bars and skillsets comparable to those used by actual players. They’re tough to take down, but you can often find other players in Blood Harvests willing to help you out. 

Beyond these core objectives, you can also complete smaller tasks such as freeing villagers from cages or setting piles of corpses on fire. These mini-objectives will yield small rewards and are ideal to do as you move around and wait for the timers on Sanguine Altars to reset.

Blood Harvest Rewards


Blood Harvests offers a wide range of useful rewards. First and foremost, they offer great enemy density, which makes them ideal for grinding out XP, particularly early on. They’re also your best sources of both Pact items and Potent Blood, two resources that you’ll need in abundance in order to properly engage with Season 2’s new Vampiric Powers system.

Finally, you’ll also rack up Hunter’s Acclaim as you fight your way through Blood Harvests, which unlocks a wide range of Hunter’s Acclaim rewards that you can redeem at boards in major settlements. Blood Harvests are your only source of this resource, so if you want to see everything the system has to offer, you’ll need to take part in a fair few.

So there you have it: a full guide to Diablo 4 Season 2 Blood Harvest Locations, activities, and rewards. These are some of the best map events the game has seen yet, with the potential for excellent loot and progression within the Season’s unique systems on offer for those who take them on. Given that they’re always active, you should start building Blood Harvests into your Diablo 4 play sessions wherever you can.

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Nathan Ball is a freelance games writer with a deep love for the medium. Having studied Game Design at the University of Abertay, Dundee, he's always on the lookout for games that push the envelope and try out fresh and exciting design techniques. You can usually find him covering the latest indie gems, but he does dabble in the world of AAA from time to time as well. Nathan has written professionally for various outlets, including TheGamer and the Scottish Games Network. When not writing, he enjoys good books, good TV, and analysing both within an inch of their life.