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Diablo 4 pre-order guide

The open beta may be over but you can still get access to Diablo 4 ahead of its June 6 release

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The character selection screen in Diablo 4, showing the Barbarian, Necromancer, Sorcerer, Rogue, and Druid gathered around a campfire at night Image: Blizzard Entertainment

The open beta for Diablo 4 that required paid access has come and gone, but if you like what you tried, there are several benefits to pre-ordering Diablo 4 before its June 6 release, ranging from in-game cosmetics to early access to the full game. 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 can be preordered for $69.99 for PC, Xbox, and PlayStation, in both physical and digital formats through Best Buy, Amazon, GameStop, and, in addition to the PlayStation and Microsoft digital storefronts.

Pre-ordering the standard edition also gives you access to the following cosmetic items:

The Standard Edition gets access to the open beta and a handful of cosmetic items
Image: Blizzard Entertainment

Diablo 4 Deluxe Edition

The Deluxe Edition, priced at $89.99, is only available digitally through the Microsoft and PlayStation Stores, or 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 and allows you to access the full game up to four days prior to its actual release.

The Deluxe Edition also gets an exclusive mount and mount armor set
Image: Blizzard Entertainment

Diablo 4 Ultimate Edition

Just like the Deluxe version, the Ultimate Edition of Diablo 4 is only available digitally through, and the PlayStation or Microsoft Stores, but is priced at $99.99.

Scooping up this top-tier version of the game gets you everything included with the previous editions, including accessing the game up to four days in advance of its official release. It also allows you to skip 20 tiers in the Battle Pass, and gets you an exclusive “Wings of the Creator” emote in Diablo 4.

Ultimate Edition owners get all the lower tier cosmetic items, but also get to skip the first 20 levels in the Battle Pass.
Image: Activision / Blizzard

Update (March 24): Article updated to reflect the final public open beta taking place from March 24 at 12 p.m. EDT to March 27 at 3 p.m. EDT.

Update (March 27): Article updated to reflect the end of the open beta.

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