Diablo 4 Players Face a Unique Challenge

Players of Diablo 4 are awaiting the advent of an unconventional competition. A challenge that allows the winners to etch their names into eternity.


Blizzard has announced an extraordinary challenge for Diablo 4 players, with the first 1000 successful competitors having their names immortalized on a statue. This is according to a tweet posted on the official Diablo Twitter account, detailing the ‘Diablo 4 Hardcore Victories’ contest. In this contest, players are encouraged to tackle the game’s Hardcore mode.

In this mode, players who die immediately lose their characters, meaning they must start over from level 1. Blizzard states that the first 1000 players to reach level 100 in Hardcore mode will be eligible to have their names added to a statue of the game’s antagonist, Lilith.

The contest’s terms and conditions mandate that players reaching level 100 must tweet the @Diablo account using the hashtag #Diablo4Hardcore. They must also include their full Battle.net BattleTag, along with photographic or video proof that they have reached level 100 and earned the in-game Tempered Champion title.

Blizzard further notes that the statue may not contain 1000 names when all is said and done. The competition concludes either when 1000 players successfully provide proof or by the end of September 1, whichever comes first. Consequently, if the number of players who manage to complete the challenge by September 1 is fewer than 1000, this will presumably be the number of names added to the statue.

Details about the statue, such as its form, size, or location, have not been clarified yet.

Diablo 4 will be released on June 6 for PC, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PS5, and PS4, with cross-play and cross-progression support for all platforms. However, those who purchase the Deluxe and Ultimate editions will be able to play from June 1 at 4pm PST / 7pm EST (June 2 at 12am BST).


Source: Video Games Chronicle​

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