The Azurewrath Unique Sword was added to Diablo 4 in the Season 1 update, and players can now get their hands on it.

However, you’ll need to meet a couple of requirements in order to even have a chance of finding this powerful new sword.

Fortunately, we’ve listed absolutely everything you’ll need to do to get the Azurewrath Unique Sword in Diablo 4, as well as its affixes and unique effects.

How to Get Diablo 4 Azurewrath

Players can only get the Azurewrath Unique Sword once they reach World Tier 3 Nightmare Difficulty as a random drop from both enemies and chests.

You must have completed the Cathedral of Light Capstone Dungeon at World Tier 2 to unlock the required World Tier 3. Additionally, you can also find Azurewrath on World Tier 4 Torment Difficulty.

Helltide in Diablo 4

Currently, the drop rate for Azurewrath is incredibly low, making it a very rare item in Diablo 4. This is not uncommon for Unique items, which have, according to some users, an alleged drop rate of 1 in 600,000.

Fortunately, you can increase your chances of getting Azurewrath by engaging in the following activities:

  • Complete Helltide events
  • Finish Nightmare Dungeons
  • Open Reward Chests
  • Defeat World Bosses
  • Fight Elite enemies

Azurewrath Unique Effects & Affixes

Here are all of Azurewrath’s affixes and unique effects:

  • Azurewrath Affixes
    • +[16.5 – 23.5]% Non Physical Damage
    • +[12.5 – 19.5]% Core Skill Damage
    • +[5.0 – 12.0]% Damage to Crowd Controlled Enemies
    • +[4.4 – 10.0]% Attack Speed
  • Azurewrath Unique Effect
    • Lucky Hit: Your Core Skills have up to a 20% chance to Freeze enemies for 3 seconds and deal [0.75 – 1.5] Cold damage to them.
The description of the Azurewrath Sword in Diablo 4

The Azurewrath is class-specific and can only be equipped by the Barbarian class in Diablo 4. Absolutely no other classes can equip this Unique Sword.

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