Diablo 4 Xbox Series X Bundle Revealed, Pre-Orders Available Now

Microsoft has officially revealed is Xbox Series X Diablo IV Bundle, which includes the Xbox Series X console, a wireless controller, a digital copy of the next Blizzard game, and pre-order bonuses. Priced at $560, the pack will launch worldwide alongside Diablo IV on June 6. This equates to a savings of $10 compared to buying the console and Diablo IV separately.

This bundle doesn’t dress the Xbox Series X in flashy colors, but the retail box shows Diablo IV antagonist Lilith as she stares into your soul. She is a very pretty box. As for the DLC, you will be able to unlock the Light-Bearer mount with the Caparison of Faith mount armor, various in-game items, and some other extras for use in Diablo Immortal and World of Warcraft. These are the same pre-order bonuses that come with normal in-game pre-orders.

The Xbox Series X console, which launched in November 2020, is one of the best consoles on the market, and combined with Microsoft Game Pass subscription service, excellent value for money too. Thanks to the solid-state drive and unique Xbox Velocity architecture, the console loads games incredibly fast, and its fast resume feature lets you jump right back into them in seconds.

If you’re interested in the game and already have an Xbox console, be sure to check out our Diablo IV Preorder Guide. The reserve will be unlocked various other in-game cosmetic items for use in Diablo 3, Diablo Immortal, and World of Warcraft, such as the Inarius Wings, Inarius Murlock pet, and Amalgam of Rage mount, and the $90 Diablo IV deluxe edition throws even more digital extras into the mix.

With that build, you’ll get the base game, a Season Battle Pass unlock, two in-game mount cosmetics, and four days of early access starting June 2. Diablo IV Definitive Edition includes everything mentioned above, a unique emote, and a season battle pass unlock that also advances you 20 battle pass tiers.

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