Diablo Immortal: Codex Guide

BY John

Last Updated 2 weeks ago

All-in-one place to check Battle Pass activities and personal progress in Diablo Immortal.

Diablo Immortal: Codex Guide

Diablo Immortal is about Dungeon crawling and looting. Without the proper gear or items to strengthen your character, you’ll miss out on more powerful foes and by extension, more powerful equipment.

Hence, you will have to spend most of your time grinding in Dungeons and Elder Rifts in-game to find Set Items, Legendary Gear, or, if you’re lucky enough, Legendary Gems.

Other ways to get valuable materials, currency, and Rare/Legendary equipment in-game can be found in Battle Pass rewards and Conquests – both of which can be found in the Codex.

We will show you the ins and outs of the Codex in Diablo Immortal in this guide so that you can keep a good eye on your Battle Pass rewards and other character progression challenges in Diablo Immortal.

Where to find the Codex in Diablo Immortal

The Codex can be found in the in-game menu in Diablo Immortal under the Paragon menu and beside the Bestiary menu.

You can access the Codex anytime by tapping on the game menu button in the upper right corner of your screen.

Codex Menu

The Codex works hand in hand with the Diablo Immortal Battle Pass, and it is here where you’ll find Battle Pass Guide, Activities, and Quests.

Other Codex menu items include the Conquest tab, which houses World progress (player progress such as Combat Rating and other basic guides) and Player vs Player progress (PvP Combat Rating goals and basic guides)

The final tab in the Codex menu is reserved for Player Achievements. However, this tab is currently empty so that we will skip over this for now.

Battle Pass

Battle Pass Guide

Completing Battle Pass Guides will give you Battle Points, which will go directly to your overall Battle Pass progression. In addition, you can also get some XP by completing Battle Pass Guides.

The Guide missions are very simple and straightforward as these Guides teach new players the basics of key in-game features in Diablo Immortal.

Battle Pass Activities

Next up, we have Battle Pass Activities, where you’ll find missions that reward various loot such as Battle Points, Mystery Legendary, Enigmatic Crystals, Mystery Equipment, or High-Quality Items.

You can Claim rewards for completed activities here by tapping on the ‘Claim’ button.

Alternatively, you can go ahead and try to complete some of the pending tasks featured here by tapping on the Navigation Button, which will bring up an Auto-Navigation path towards the Activity location.

Battle Pass Quests

The Quests tab will show any available Battle Pass Quests that you can partake in in-game.

There aren’t any Battle Pass Quests available as of right now. Be sure to check this tab every once in a while, so you don’t miss out on Battle Pass Quests.

Conquest

World

Under the Conquest: World tab, you’ll find progression goals such as Primary Attribute targets. Other items under this menu include basic tutorial missions such as Socketing and Upgrading Legendary Gems, Upgrading Equipment, and Equipping High-Level Equipment.

Other stats that the Conquest World tab tracks include:

  • Challenge Rift Level
  • Helliquary Progress
  • Helliquary Upgrade Progress

Player vs. Player

The Player vs. Player tab is similar to the World tab, the only difference being the stats they track in-game.

This tab tracks progression goals for PvP, such as Combat Rating, and you will be given a small reward for completing these milestones in-game.

Other PvP parameters tracked by Conquest PvP include:

  • HP and Damage Attributes
  • Recommended Builds
  • Socket & Upgrade Normal Gems
  • Socket & Upgrade Legendary Gems
  • Equipping High-Level Equipment

Codex of Progression

If nothing else, the Codex tracks your progress in the Battle Pass, PvE, and PvP, making it easy for you to set goals and objectives in Diablo Immortal.

Completing activities found in the Codex will give you various valuable loot as rewards, so make sure you check in from time to get a good idea of the available missions and progression goals in the Codex.