Diablo 4 Pre-Order Guide – Standard, Deluxe, and Ultimate Editions

By Alice Newcome-Beill on 15 Mar 2023 2:10pm

Diablo 4 Open Beta is fast approaching, and pre-ordering the game itself is the easiest way to gain access. However, there are several different editions that give you access to a range of bonus items ranging from cosmetics to early access to the game ahead of its June 6 release.

All pre-orders of the game will give you early access to the open beta, which begins March 17th and runs through March 20th. However, it’s worth noting that the Diablo 4 beta will be available to everyone from March 24th, with access running until March 27th.

If you’re curious about what each issue brings you and where you can get it, stay a while and listen (or better, read).

Diablo 4 Standard Edition

Diablo 4 Standard Edition is available for pre-order for $69.99 for PC, Xbox and PlayStation in both physical and digital formats through Best Buy, Amazon, GameStop and Battle.net, in addition to the PlayStation and Microsoft digital storefronts.

If you pre-order the Standard Edition, you’ll also get access to the following cosmetic items.

The Standard Edition gets access to the open beta and a handful of cosmetic items

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Diablo 4 Deluxe Edition

Priced at $89.99, the Deluxe Edition is only available digitally through the Microsoft and PlayStation Stores or Battle.net. The slightly glossier version of the game gives you access to everything included in the standard edition, in addition to a couple of extra cosmetic items.

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Temptation Mount in Diablo 4 Hellborn Carapace Mount Armor in Diablo 4

Getting an awesome new mount is great, but opting for the Deluxe Edition also unlocks the Diablo 4 Seasonal Battle Pass and gives you access to the full game up to four days before its actual release.

The Deluxe Edition also comes with an exclusive mount and mount armor set

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Diablo 4 Ultimate Edition

Like the Deluxe version, the Ultimate Edition of Diablo 4 is only available digitally through Battle.net and the PlayStation or Microsoft stores, but costs $99.99.

If you snag this premium version of the game, you’ll get everything that came with the previous editions, including access to the game up to four days before its official release, but you can also skip 20 tiers in the Battle Pass and get it an exclusive Wings of the Creator emote in Diablo 4.

Ultimate Edition owners get all lower-tier cosmetic items, but can choose to skip the first 20 tiers in the Battle Pass.

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