Diablo 4: How to Redeem Deluxe and Ultimate Edition Content In-Game

Horse Armor unlock trick.

Diablo 4 will take a bit to get going and provide you with all of your pre-order content for both the Deluxe and Ultimate Editions of the game. We’re here to show you exactly how to obtain all of your in-game goodies in Diablo 4. Here’s how to redeem the Deluxe and Ultimate Edition content in-game in Diablo 4.

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How to Get Your Diablo 4 Deluxe and Ultimate Edition Horse and Armor

First off, you will not have access to any of your pre-order bonuses in-game until you complete the prologue and make it to the first town Kyovashad. Progress the linear story until reaching this town.

Once you’re in this town, you help your companion buy back his weapon and strange amulet from the merchant. You’ll give it to him at the South Stable, and he will leave.

Talk to the Stable Master to unlock your Horse and Horse Armor. However, you will not have access to the mount and be able to use it until you complete the quest “Donan’s Favor” in Act 4. Return to any Stable master after completing the quest to use your Mount.

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How to Get The Wings of the Creator Deluxe Edition Emote in Diablo 4

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This Emote will automatically be unlocked once you complete the game’s prologue. After completing the above task, you’ll automatically have it equipped on your Emote Wheel.

That’s how to get your Ultimate and Deluxe Edition rewards in Diablo 4. For more tips, tricks, and guides on Diablo 4, stay right here at Prima Games.

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