Diablo 4 KFC Cosmetic Rewards

If you really want to know how to get the Diablo 4 KFC cosmetic rewards, well, this guide will show you how to do it. We are also going to list the five items you can get for participating in this limited-time crossover. None of these rewards will affect the gameplay, as far as I know. They’re just cosmetics, as the gamer adage goes.

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Diablo 4 KFC Cosmetic Rewards

How to Get Diablo 4 KFC Cosmetic Rewards

To get the Diablo 4 KFC cosmetic rewards, you first have to open a KFC account and download the KFC app, if you haven’t already. Then, you have to connect said KFC account with your Battle.net account, as explained on the official website. Doing so will unlock the first of five cosmetic items you can get through this promotion. From then on, you have to order “a qualifying product” through the KFC app to unlock the next item. Repeat the process until you’ve gotten all five items, or until your poor bowels tap out, whichever comes first. In other words, these cosmetics are not free; they come at the price of the food (and your overall health).

Diablo 4 KFC Weapon Cosmetics List

First of the Diablo IV KFC weapon cosmetic rewards list is the Dread Pheasant Slayer Bow. The second one you’ll get is the Thrumming Axle Staff, followed by the Hand of Gallus polearm as the third reward. The fourth item is the Vessel of the Eleven Totem, and the fifth and final is the Foul Reaper exclusive scythe. Keep in mind that all of these are cosmetic items, meaning that they don’t bestow any special powers on you. They’re basically just a way to signal to other players how much KFC you’ve voluntarily devoured. And to be perfectly honest, I hope that they bully you for it. Sure, I eat KFC too, but I sure as hell don’t broadcast it through in-game cosmetics.

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