How to Get Bloodmarked in Diablo 4

Alright, fellow gamers, let’s talk about making your mark—quite literally—in Diablo 4’s PvP playground, the Fields of Hatred. Whether you’re in it for the PvP showdowns or just chasing down a Seasonal quest, getting Bloodmarked is the name of the game. Join me as we dive into the hows and whys of this Diablo 4 experience!

How to Become Bloodmarked in Diablo 4

So, you find yourself in the Fields of Hatred, itching for that Bloodmarked status? Easy peasy. Just hold up on the d-pad and scroll to that ominous skull symbol at the bottom of the wheel. Boom, you’re now officially Bloodmarked and ready for action. Quick note: You’ve got two Fields of Hatred zones—pick one before you unleash the mark.

Now, once you’ve set foot in the Fields of Hatred, check your emote wheel for that Bloodmarked status. Anyone, regardless of their Diablo 4 level, can toggle this effect on or off. But here’s the catch—once you’re Bloodmarked, you’re fair game for other players itching to take you down a peg or two.

Getting Bloodmarked in Diablo 4:

  1. Enter the Fields of Hatred in the Dry Steppes or Kehjistan.
  2. Pop open the emote wheel by holding up on the d-pad.
  3. Select the skull icon at the bottom.
  4. Congratulations, you are now marked!

Now, even if you’re in the Fields of Hatred without the mark, engaging in some good ol’ combat with your fellow players will activate the Bloodmarked effect. But here’s the power move—activating the mark yourself means you can instantly go on the offensive. Take down other players, and you’ll earn more Seeds of Hatred as a sweet reward for your PvP prowess.

And for those here for the Seasonal quest, looking to defeat monsters while Bloodmarked in Hostile areas, no need to brawl with other players. Just flick that mark on in the Fields of Hatred and go to town on the monsters around you. Hit the century mark—kill at least 100 monsters—and bingo, quest complete!

Oh, and while you’re in the Fields, keep an eye out for the odd ear or two left behind by players who dared to challenge fate.

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