Diablo 4 preorder bonus guide – what’s in each edition?

Diablo 4 preorder bonus guide – what’s in each edition?
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In wild anticipation of the game, we’ve created a Diablo 4 preorder bonus guide for all you so you can decide whether preordering the game is worth it.

The Server Slam is now over for Diablo 4, meaning a lot of Diablo 4 fans will be deciding which edition of the game to buy.

The Deluxe and Ultimate editions specifically should be considered if you’re wanting to be part of the Early Access period, winning a slight edge over opponents. There’s also the opportunity for cosmetics and battle passes which are definitely worth considering.

Some gamers will understandably be disappointed by the decision not to include early access with the Standard Edition, making choosing the right edition for them that little bit harder.

Diablo 4 Standard Edition

You can go for the Standard Edition of Diablo 4 for $69.99 from Battle.net, but you can also opt for physical and digital versions of the game via Amazon and Best Buy. You should pre-order the Standard Edition if you’re eager to play the moment the game is released on June 5th.

With the Standard Edition, you get the following:

  1. Diablo 3 Inarius Wings & Inarius Murloc Pet
  2. World of Warcraft Amalgam of Rage Mount
  3. Diablo Immortal Umber Winged Darkness Cosmetics Set

It’s worth noting that you’ll need to already have Diablo 3 and Diablo Immortal to enjoy the Cosmetics Set.

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The main drawback is that you don’t get to play in early access period, though if budget has to be your main priority, then it’s still a sound option.

Diablo 4 Deluxe Edition – what comes with it?

Go Deluxe if you’re top priority is four days of early access before the official release. It’s definitely tempting to get a headstart in the competition. You get all the bells and whistles of the Standard Edition plus a little extra in the shape of a free premium battle pass and additional cosmetics. If you’re finding it hard to decide, we’ve discussed whether the battle pass is worth it.

Image showing Diablo 4 Deluxe Edition cover

If you can afford to spend a little extra, the Deluxe Edition will put you in a good position to take advantage of Diablo 4’s cross-progression features.

To be really clear, this is what you’ll get in the Deluxe Edition of Diablo 4 on top of Early Access.

  1. Light-Bearer Mount
  2. Diablo 3 Inarius Wings & Inarius Murloc Pet
  3. World of Warcraft Amalgam of Rage Mount
  4. Diablo Immortal Umber Winged Darkness Cosmetics Set
  5. Up to four days early access

You can get it from the following retailers:

  1. Xbox Games Store – $90
  2. PlayStation Store – $90
  3. Battle.net – $90

Diablo 4 Ultimate Experience – preorder, rewards, bonuses

Calling all hardcore fans of Diablo 4, this is where things start to get spicy when it comes to rewards and bonuses.

Diablo 4 ultimate edition cover

The Ultimate Version is available as a digital copy only, and is going for $99.99. That’s only $20 more than the Standard Edition, though spending just shy of $100 is a bit scary. So, what do you even get with the Ultimate Edition, and is it worth it?

  • Accelerated Seasonal Battle Pass Unlock
  • Wings of the Creator​ Emote
  • Hellborn Carapace Mount Armor
  • Temptation Mount

You’ll also get the following rewards, as we’ve seen in the Standard and Deluxe editions:

  1. Light-Bearer Mount
  2. Diablo 3 Inarius Wings & Inarius Murloc Pet
  3. World of Warcraft Amalgam of Rage Mount
  4. Diablo Immortal Umber Winged Darkness Cosmetics Set
  5. Up to four days early access

You can buy the Ultimate Edition here:

  1. Xbox Games Store – $99.99
  2. PlayStation Store – $99.99
  3. Battle.net – $99.99

Diablo 4 Limited Collector’s Box

Our final Diablo 4 merch is the intriguing Collector’s Box. It doesn’t include a digital or physical copy of the game, so is definitely aimed at those who want the merch and sourvenirs.

Here’s what you get:

  • 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″

We like the idea of pimping out your gaming set-up with an Occult mousepad and a couple of fine art prints for the wall. The Collector’s Box also looks like a great option to delve deeper into Sanctuary.

You can get it direct from Blizzard’s website for $96.66, with the option of 10% off if you sign up to their newsletter.

Final word

Now that you’re up to speed with all the editions of Diablo 4, your decision should be a little easier. The Standard Edition no doubt should be your choice if you want to spend as little as possible. However, the four days Early Access offered by the Deluxe Edition is definitely tempting considering it’s only $20 more. And of course, consider the Ultimate Edition if you want to immerse yourself even further into the game and have the money to do so.

Frequently asked questions

What is the difference between Diablo 4 Ultimate and Deluxe?

While both editions include all the rewards of the Standard Edition plus Early Access, the Ultimate Edition goes one step further and offers the Wings of the Creator​ Emote and 20 Tier Skips to use toward advancing the Seasonal Battle Pass.