A few days before the release of Diablo 4, Blizzard is issuing a huge challenge to players. The exceptional reward at the end should motivate the fans.
Difficult to achieve for those who have been waiting for it for years, but yes, Diablo 4 is here soon. After several phases of open beta, players will finally be able to discover the full version of the title developed by Blizzard. Will hack’n’slash be divisive like Diablo 3 or will it be unanimous like the legendary Diablo 2? We will soon be fixed, but before that, Blizzard is already trying to raise the hype among fans. Thanks to trailers, on the one hand, but also in a more original way. The American studio has just announced a fantastic reward for the first 1000 players who will take up a crazy challenge.
Blizzard challenges Diablo 4 players with a great gift
The fans of the license Diablo love the challenge. Blizzard knows its community and is challenging players via the game’s official Twitter account. “Think you can cheat death? Reach level 100 in hardcore mode and tweet #Diablo4Hardcore with proof to have your name immortalized on a statue of Lilith. The offer is limited to the first 1000 participants, ”wrote the publisher on his social networks.
On its official website, Blizzard provides more details on the rules and conditions of this contest. French players who want to try their luck must have turned 18 no later than May 26, 2023. With this challenge, Blizzard intends to generate maximum interest around Diablo 4 from its launch on June 6th. The reward promised by the studio should bring even more players to rush into the “day one” game. Or even earlier…
Players who have early access have a clear advantage
Obviously, those who can take advantage of the early access of Diablo 4 1er next June are greatly advantaged. Especially since the contest starts the same day. You can still get early access to the game by purchasing the Deluxe Edition or the Ultimate Edition. Clearly, Blizzard knows what it’s doing with this contest. Having his name engraved on a statue of Lilith is still an honor for a fan of Diablo. For now, we don’t have any more details on what will happen to the statue once the names of the players are engraved.