Diablo 4 has finally arrived worldwide, but purchasing any edition of the game still gets you access to exclusive cosmetics and other bonus items. So, for those who are curious as to what each edition gets you, stay awhile and listen (or read, rather).
Diablo 4 Standard Edition
The standard edition of Diablo 4 is available for $69.99 for PC (via Battle.net), Xbox, and PlayStation. Several retailers are selling the physical and digital versions of the game, including Best Buy, Amazon, and GameStop.
Purchasing the standard edition also gives you access to the following cosmetic items:
- Inarius Wings & Inarius Murloc Pet in Diablo 3
- Amalgam of Rage Mount in World of Warcraft
- Umber Winged Darkness Cosmetics Set in Diablo Immortal
Diablo 4 Deluxe Edition
The Deluxe Edition, priced at $89.99, is available digitally through the Microsoft and PlayStation Stores, or Battle.net for the PC platform. Console players can also get a digital code from GameStop. The slightly shinier version of the game gets you access to everything included in the standard edition, in addition to a pair of extra cosmetic items.
- Temptation Mount in Diablo 4
- Hellborn Carapace Mount Armor in Diablo 4
Getting a dope new mount is great, but opting for the Deluxe Edition also unlocks Diablo 4’s seasonal Battle Pass, which is coming sometime in July.
Diablo 4 Ultimate Edition
Just like the Deluxe version, the Ultimate Edition of Diablo 4 is only available digitally through Battle.net, and the PlayStation or Microsoft Store, respectively, but it’s priced higher at $99.99. Additionally, you can get a digital download code by ordering from GameStop.
Scooping up this top-tier version of the game gets you everything included with the previous editions. It also allows you to skip 20 tiers in the Battle Pass, and unlocks the exclusive “Wings of the Creator” emote in Diablo 4.
Diablo 4 Limited Collector’s Box
While Blizzard isn’t offering a traditional Collector’s Edition of Diablo 4, the Blizzard Gear Store currently has a Limited Collector’s Box available for pre-order for $96.66 (Blizzard just had to wedge the devil’s number in there somewhere). The box doesn't include a copy of the game, digital or otherwise, but instead bundles a wealth of Diablo 4-themed loot, like candles, a mousepad, and some art. We have more details after the jump.
The Collector’s Box currently has a planned ship date of June 30 at the latest and contains the following items, which are only available as part of this bundle.
- Candle of Creation
- Occult Mousepad
- Cloth Map of Sanctuary
- Pin of the Horadrim
- Diablo IV Collector’s Edition Art Book
- Matted Fine Art Prints (x2) - 18.54” x 10.79”
Update (June 7): The game’s worldwide launch has taken place, so we’ve adjusted this piece accordingly. We’ve also mentioned the launch of the Battle Pass that’s expected in July.