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With hordes of players eagerly preparing to flood the game the moment early access begins, and a challenge issued to the first 1,000 players who can hit level 100 on hardcore, it sure is tempting to dive in as soon as you can. But which version is right for you? Let’s get into it.

Grab the Digital Deluxe or Ultimate Edition for Early Access Starting on June 1

If you don’t care about all the extra digital goodies that come with the more pricey editions and just want to get to demon-slaying as soon as you can, then you want to look at either the Digital Deluxe or Ultimate Editions, which cost $90 and $100 USD respectively.

That early access period starts on June 1 at 7 PM EST/4 PM PST. (That’s midnight on June 2 in the UK and 11 AM for the east coast of Australia.) Both of these fancier versions are available solely as digital downloads.

Reviews of Diablo IV, which were not able to assess the impact of the game’s microtransactions or live service model, have praised its tone, gameplay, and story. The game launches on June 6, but you can get in on it today, June 1, by pre-ordering the digital deluxe or ultimate editions.

It’s been over 10 years since the last Diablo. Nuts, right? Diablo IV arrives on June 6, 2023, and while Diablo III enjoyed a long, active life, it’s certainly time for something new. Diablo III’s move to console shortly after the PC release brought the legendary action role playing game series from Blizzard to an entirely new audience, but fans of the series, new and old, have been waiting for something new and fresh for a long time.

Diablo IV could very well provide that, and with its launch date around the corner, reviews are starting to pour in. Diablo IV brings with it many changes: an open world, an attempt to fuse Diablo II and III’s polar opposite tone and progression systems, and, perhaps most controversially, a live service format with ways for you to spend your money on microtransactions and battle passes.

Unfortunately, that last element cannot be reviewed until the June 6 launch, as press access has none of the microtransactions and seasonal systems active or viewable. There’s valid reason to raise some eyebrows over Diablo IV’s monetization for sure, but if it’s not too intrusive, it could be okay. Reviews are painting a picture of buy Diablo IV Items a solid action RPG that does just enough right and just enough different—though perhaps it 

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Added Jul 16 '23



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