Game News KFC offers collector items and dedicated menus for the release of Diablo 4
The wait is soon coming to an end for Diablo IV: the game is coming this weekend. To wait, a new collaboration with the fast food brand KFC is emerging again.
New cosmetics in Diablo IV thanks to KFC
Diablo IV is one of the most anticipated games of the year. Alongside Hogwarts Legacy or The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, this fourth numbered installment of a cult video game saga arrives on Friday for those who have pre-ordered the Digital Deluxe Edition. Early access that some had been able to have in March for the beta phase: in the United States, Blizzard had then associated with the KFC fast food brand. Game codes were randomly distributed to players purchasing a specific menu.
A collaboration that has seen the light of day again since the beginning of the week! Also in the US, Kentucky fried chicken lovers can link their account to their battle.net account. They will then collect weapon cosmetics as a reward for each purchase of the sandwiches concerned by this promotion. Among these, a druid’s off-hand weapon references the original KFC recipe and the eleven spice herbs used for fried chicken: Vessel of the Eleven. What also to get your hands on bags and cups customized for the occasion.
KFC and Blizzard: content creators are also getting involved:
This collaboration between KFC and Blizzard also sees some outpourings of generosity. Content creator Aodan decided to give away codes to those who wanted them (provided they paid him for the menus). The extra sandwiches are then sent “to the soldiers currently mobilized” :
#DiabloIV promotion at my fairly remote KFC.
You buy me the meal, I give you the key. DM for my Cashapp/Zelle/PayPal.
Extra sandwiches will go to other soldiers currently mobilized. pic.twitter.com/MpmXamY8Xm
— Faces (@AodanTV) May 29, 2023
#DiabloIV promotion at my fairly remote KFC. You pay for the meal, I’ll give you the key. DM for my Cashapp/Zelle/PayPal. The extra sandwiches will go to other soldiers currently mobilized.
In any case, this initiative seems funny but also interesting for the player: they can have a reserve of food for the next few days which are likely to be very time-consuming: Diablo IV is coming to PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series from June 2. The Diablo 4 campaign lasts around thirty hours, but it takes more than twice that to complete the battle pass. All this without counting the big hundred hours required to reach maximum level. We would almost go so far as to ask Blizzard to take care of our household chores.