How to Get the Warhammer 40K: Darktide Imperial Edition Rewards

The skins that come with it are particularly cool.

Warhammer 40K: Darktide Characters
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Warhammer 40K: Darktide is finally available for those who pre-ordered the game. Players can finally jump into the hive city of Tertium and slaughter all sorts of heretical adversaries as four different classes, each with their skillsets and use cases. Along with enjoying their abilities, each class comes with a whole host of cosmetics to earn through gameplay or payment. One such way is the Imperial Edition rewards, though how to get them might be a tad confusing. Here’s how to get the Imperial Edition rewards in Warhammer 40K: Darktide.

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Where Are the Darktide Imperial Edition Rewards?

While you might want all the rewards that come with the extra $30 you paid, you’re unfortunately going to have to wait. Like the rewards for both pre-ordering the game and playing Vermintide before Darktide, the Imperial Edition rewards aren’t available yet. Fatshark is currently implementing various new features during the pre-order beta, so cosmetics are waiting until the full release on November 30. While it’s frustrating (the black and white color scheme is super clean), it’s only a few weeks so you won’t need to wait too long.

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If you’re reading this guide after the game’s release, then your rewards not being available is another issue entirely. This would likely be due to either an issue Fatshark has mentioned on their official social channels or is an issue specifically with you. If you want to get in contact with the support team, you can do so through the official Support Portal. From the site, click Submit a Support Ticket in the top right and fill out all the necessary details. It may also help to provide proof of payment, as it might speed up the process. Either way, they should get you sorted out.

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