Diablo IV Editions Differences

All Diablo 4 Edition Differences Listed

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The Diablo 4 Early Beta period starts in just a few days, and there’s a hell of a lot of reasons for being excited about it. While the whole game is still a few months away from reach, those who pre-ordered it will soon be able to have a small taste of what Blizzard has been cooking for the last 10 years since the previous game.

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If you’re still hanging on the fence about which version you should get, this article might be just what you needed before deciding how you wanna face Lillith. Here are all the differences between each of Diablo 4 Editions.

All Differences Between Diablo 4 Editions Listed

There are three separate editions available for pre-order: Standard, Digital Deluxe and Ultimate. All of them have some unique features including content for other Blizzard games if you happen to play any of them. 

You can pre-order any of them through the game’s official website or in your favorite store if getting a console copy.

Diablo IV Standard Edition ($69.99)

The regular version contains the following:

  • A Diablo IV copy for your preferred platform;
  • Early Access to the Diablo IV Open Beta (Starting March 17, 2 days duration);
  • Light Beared Mount;
  • Inarius Wings & Inarius Murloc Pet for Diablo III;
  • Amalgam of Rage Mount for World of Warcraft;
  • Umber Winged Darkness Cosmetics Set for Diablo Immortal

It goes without saying that you’re only getting the items for other Blizzard games and they’re sold separately (Diablo Immortal is “free”, though).

Diablo IV Digital Deluxe Edition ($89.99)

The Digital Deluxe Edition gives you all of the previous perks, alongside the following:

  • 4-day access to Diablo IV Early Access
  • Temptation Mount;
  • Hellborn Carapace Mount Armor;
  • Access to the Premium Seasonal Battle Pass

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Diablo IV Ultimate Edition ($99.99)

The definitive version of the game comes with all that was mentioned above, and also includes some extras:

  • An Accelerated Premium Seasonal Battle Pass where you start at Tier 20 immediately;
  • The Wings of the Creator​ Emote

And that’s pretty much it for all of the editions! You’re not locked from any content if you picked the cheapest option (unless you count the Battle Pass as content), so pick the one with the best bonuses for you.

Diablo IV will be officially available on June 6, 2023.


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Patrick Souza
Patrick has been working for Prima since 2022 and joined as a Staff Writer in 2023. He's been interested in gaming journalism since college, and that was the path he took once he had his degree in hands. Diligently ignores his ever-growing backlog to keep raiding in Final Fantasy XIV, exploring in Genshin Impact or replaying some of his favorite RPGs from time to time. Loves tackling hard challenges in games, but his cats are still the hardest bosses he could ask for.