Diablo IV turns one and celebrates with in-game freebies and events

It's hard to believe that Diablo IV is already a year old, but it's true and Blizzard is celebrating the game's one-year anniversary with a number of in-game events and goodies. The celebration kicks off today with an event Blizzard is calling the March of the Goblins. Players wandering through Sanctuary may notice an increase in the number of treasure goblins they encounter. If you're lucky enough to spot one of these little wealth-hoarding demons, don't forget to take a break from slaying the more powerful hellspawn to beat up these goblins and grab their loot.

In fact, there is an incentive to do so. You won't just see an increase in treasure goblins in the world of Sanctuary. These goblins also drop more loot than normal. This gives you the perfect opportunity to scoop up potentially powerful gear. And of course more gold. Because the heroes of Sanctuary don't eat for free.

The March of the Goblins event starts on June 6 and runs until June 13. So you have a whole week to track things down and reap the benefits. Assuming the RNG gods favor you. In addition to the March of the Goblins, Diablo IV has a second event to celebrate its first anniversary.

The one-year anniversary of Diablo IV brings favor from the Blessed Mother

The Diablo IV version of Lilith is without a doubt one of the most menacing characters in the franchise. But like all mothers, Lilith loves her children. In her own special way. Therefore, during the celebration, Lilith bestows a special blessing on all heroes of Sanctuary. From June 6 to June 20, all players will receive a special anniversary edition of the Mother's Blessing buff. This provides a 25% increase in experience gained and a 50% increase in gold acquired.

You also receive this bonus for all characters. So whether you choose to wander the lands of Sanctuary in the Eternal Realm or the Seasonal Realm, you won't be left out. What's more is that this buff is packed with elixirs and the Urn of Aggression. So you can really rake in the goodies. If you've been struggling to get past the last few levels on your way to 100, now is the time to make it happen.

Don't forget to claim your free cosmetic gifts in store

A party wouldn't be a party without a gift, right? Well, you're in luck, because Blizzard is giving all players a free cosmetic gift bundle that you can claim in the in-game store. The gift can be picked up from June 6 to 20. These are all cosmetics, so there's nothing in them that could affect the balance of power between players.

As for details, it looks like there are a few different weapon skins and a few mounts.

Cosmetic anniversary gifts for Diablo IV

Diablo Immortal players are not left behind

If you play Diablo Immortal, but not Diablo IV, you also get some cool in-game events to take part in. Starting June 6 and ending June 20 at 3 a.m. local server time, players can battle the Avarice world boss from Diablo IV in Diablo Immortal. Defeating this boss offers the chance to reward you with untold riches and is part of a limited activity called the Trial of Plunder.

Here too, the treasure goblins will appear in large numbers. By participating in this event you can earn a special portal skin and an avatar frame, among other things. You can also complete March of the Goblins themed tasks to get even more rewards. After completing three tasks, you can earn 3 Bound Legendary Crests. Completing nine tasks will reward you with 1 Rare Gem and a Known Contract, and fifteen tasks will net you 7 Rare Crests and the Glorious Dawn Portal. Starting today, more activities and rewards are visible in the game. You can also Read more about it here.

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