Warhammer 40K Darktide: All Blessings & How to Get

Take a look at the list of all Blessings in Warhammer 40K: Darktide and how to obtain them and use them to increase the effectiveness and power of your weapons.

Players can use Blessings in Warhammer 40K Darktide in order to tailor the weapon according to their playstyle and increase its efficiency. By attaching the Blessings to a weapon, players will be able to take down enemies in a more efficient and quick way and increase the power of the equipped weapon. 

Key Highlights

  • Players can obtain Blessings for their weapons by offering them to Hadron to get a Votive Offering. 
  • These offerings will allow you to extract Blessings from your weapons and exchange them as well. 
  • Players can then attach any blessing they like to the weapons and re-bless them. 
  • Three different offerings can be combined to make more powerful Blessings for your weapons in the game. 

How To Get Blessings 

Every weapon you equip in Warhammer 40K: Darktide will have a set of Blessing, which is an important part of the game as they can increase your weapon’s abilities. Some Blessings and purity seals might offer a defensive or offensive effect against enemies.

how to get Blessings in Warhammer 40K Darktide
Blessings [Image Credit: eXputer]
In order to obtain the Blessings, you need to offer your weapons to the Hadron. By doing so, you will get a Votive Offering. This Votive Offering obtained from Hadron can be used to extract certain Blessings from weapons that you no longer need.

The best part about the Blessings you have just extracted is that they can be added to other weapons of your liking. We recommend using these Blessings on high-tier weapons. After collecting the Blessings, you can replace them and use them on different weapons when crafting. 

You can combine the Votive Offering you get from Hadron. They can be combined to form more powerful offerings in the game. However, keep in mind that you can only combine up to three offerings.

These offerings should have a maximum tier of IV only. However, with some Blessings, you can also use a higher-tier offering. You can Re-Bless your weapons as soon as you combine offerings in the game.

Offer Hadron your weapon to get blessings [Image Credit: eXputer]
In order to Re-bless your weapon, go to the shrine and place your weapon there. After that, you need to select the current offering and Re-bless your weapon with the offering that you want in the game. 

Visiting The Shrine 

If you want to Re bless your weapons, you need to go to a shrine called Shrine Of Omnissiah found on the Mourningstar. This is where most of the customization options for your weapons and gear can be accessed.

Blessings in Warhammer 40K Darktide
Meeting Hadron at tyhe shrine [Image Credit: eXputer]
In order to replace your weapon and upgrade it, you need to visit the shrine. The weapons and gears you own in the game can be further upgraded if you have the necessary resources. 


There is also a system called consecration in Warhammer 40K: Darktide. Consecrating a certain weapon or using a curio on it will increase its effectiveness.

All Blessings in Warhammer 40K Darktide
Consecration to add blessings [Image Credit: eXputer]
The sanctity of the weapon will increase, and that is not all, as you will also get a random blessing or perk for the weapon. The perk or blessing you get will depend entirely upon the sanctity achieved and the item type. 

All Blessings List 

Below is a list of all 121 Warhammer 40K Darktide Blessings. 

  • Adhesive Charge
  • All or Nothing
  • Bash
  • Brutal Momentum
  • Can Opener
  • Cavalcade
  • Ceaseless Barrage
  • Charmed Reload
  • Between the Eyes
  • Blaze Away
  • Blazing Spirit
  • Blazing Spirit
  • Bloodletter
  • Bloodthirsty
  • Born in Blood
  • Confident Strike
  • Crucian Roulette
  • Deadly Accurate
  • Deathblow
  • Deathspitter
  • Decapitator
  • Decimator
  • Deflector
  • Devastating Strike
  • Devastating Strike II
  • Devastating Strike III
  • Dumdum
  • Efficiency
  • Executor
  • Flechette
  • Flesh Tearer
  • Focused Channeling
  • Full Bore
  • Gets Hot!
  • Ghost
  • Gloryhunter
  • Exorcist
  • Expansive
  • Falter
  • Fan the Flames
  • Fire Frenzy
  • Hammerblow
  • Hand-Cannon
  • Haymaker
  • Headhunter
  • Headtaker
  • Hit & Run
  • Infernus
  • Infernus II
  • Infernus III
  • Inspiring Barrage
  • Lacerate
  • Limbsplitter
  • Man-Stopper
  • Mercy Killer
  • Momentum
  • No Respite
  • Onslaught
  • Opening Salvo
  • Overpressure
  • Perfect Strike
  • Pierce
  • Pinning Fire
  • Pinpointing target
  • Quickflame
  • Raking Fire
  • Point Blank
  • Powderburn
  • Power Cycler
  • Precognition
  • Punishing Fire
  • Punishing Salvo
  • Rampage
  • Ruthless Backstab
  • Savage Sweep
  • Savage Sweep II
  • Savage Sweep III
  • Scattershot
  • Shattering Impact
  • Shock & Awe
  • Showstopper
  • Reassuringly Accurate
  • Rending Shockwave
  • Rev It Up
  • Riposte
  • Roaring Advance
  • Run ‘N’ Gun
  • Shred
  • Shred
  • Skullcrusher
  • Slaughterer
  • Smackdown
  • Speedload 
  • Speedload II
  • Stripped Down
  • Sunder
  • Unstoppable Force
  • Vicious Slice
  • Trauma
  • Thunderous
  • Uncanny StrikeSupercharge
  • Superiority
  • Surgical I
  • Surgical II
  • Surgical III
  • Surgical IV
  • Sustained Fire
  • Tenderiser
  • Thrust
  • Thunderstrike
  • Terrifying Barrage
  • Transfer Peril
  • Volatile Impact
  • Warp Flurry
  • Warp Nexus
  • Wrath
  • Trick shooter
  • Unstable Power

Keep in mind that all of these Blessings cannot be used for every single weapon out there. Some Blessings are weapon specific in the game.

While using Blessings for your weapons, it is important to keep in mind the impact that they will have on the overall performance of your equipment. 

Summing It Up 

With this, we conclude our detailed guide on getting Blessings along with all the different Blessings you can obtain in the game. While you are at it, don’t forget to check out our detailed guide on Scab Enemies in Warhammer 40K: Dark tide. 

We have also formulated our detailed guide on Difficulty Levels. Also, check out our Tier List of Classes or Darktide, where we have ranked all classes from best to worst. 

Check out our detailed guide on Mystery Acquisitions and Data Interrogator as well. While you are at it, don’t forget to check out our guide on How to Rev Chainsaws. You can also read our guide on how to Upgrade Gear to improve the performance of your equipment. 

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