Like its predecessor, Diablo IV will have a shop where you can spend real-world money to get in-game items. Unlike the three Diabolical sequels, the Diablo IV store will only offer cosmetics that do not grant in-game benefits.
Blizzard announced its plans to Diablo IV post-launch content and clarified how the online store will work. You can buy cosmetics from the store to alter or change the aesthetics of the armor you have obtained from playing the game. Cosmetics are tied to class-specific fantasies or cosmetics, so some cosmetics will be locked to a particular class.
You can only buy cosmetics with Platinum (the in-game currency bought with real life cash). Cosmetics will also rotate regularly. Any character of that class associated with your Battle.net account can use any class-specific cosmetic item. Purchased items will be available on any platform, as long as you log in. You can also use a “preview” feature to see what a particular item will look like on your character.
As for the rest of post launch plans, the first season of Diablo IV will begin at the end of July. Each Season will incorporate a Battle Pass, with free reward tiers, which sometimes grant gameplay benefits, and paid reward tiers, which offer cosmetics. Diablo IV launches on June 6 or June 2 for those who purchase the Deluxe or Ultimate editions.
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