Diablo 4 Limited Collector’s Edition revealed, does not include the game
Diablo IV’s Collector’s Edition is now available for pre-order on the Blizzard Gear Store, and includes an art book, map of Sanctuary, a “Candle of Creation” and more.
Blizzard went over every part of the collector’s edition in a recent livestream. Priced at $96.66, the Collector’s Edition does not include an actual copy of Diablo IV, but has a bunch of other goodies for fans of the game to enjoy. Of particular note is an electric candle that depicts the faces of both the angel Inarius and the demon Lilith, both of whom play key roles in the story of Diablo IV.
Other items included in the collector’s edition include a detailed cloth map of Sanctuary, a pin representing the ancient Horadrim brotherhood (which game director Joe Shely said in a livestream plays a large role in Diablo IV’s story), and an occult mouse pad. It wouldn’t be a Blizzard Collector’s Edition without an art book, and that’s included too, with over 300 pages of art used to create the look and feel of Diablo IV. Art lovers will also enjoy two framed art prints, one depicting Lilith and Inarius and another featuring the armies of Hell.
The Diablo IV Collector’s Edition notably includes no in-game items, which are instead awarded for pre-ordering Diablo IV either on PC via Battle.net or on consoles. It’s also worth mentioning that this collector’s edition won’t arrive when Diablo IV arrives on June 6, 2023. The pre-order page for the collector’s edition says the product won’t ship until June 30, 2023, meaning adventurers will have hacked and slashed their way through Sanctuary for nearly a a whole month before it probably arrives for those who pre-ordered.
Diablo IV recently made a big splash at The Game Awards, where the game’s official release date was revealed amid reports of crisis and mismanagement at Blizzard as the development team pushes to get the game ready for its June 2023 launch.
In a recent hands-on preview, we said that Diablo IV appears to be on track, “delivering on its promise to give players far more freedom than before in how they both play and build their favorite characters, while providing more ways to tackle content and choose the activities that interest them first.”
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