Diablo 4 Light Bearer Mount

The Diablo 4 Light Bearer mount is one of the horses you can obtain in the game. In this guide, we are going to explain how to get the light Bearer Mount in Diablo IV, when it will become available, and more. I have to admit, the battle armor the horse comes with looks incredibly cool. I’d certainly ride it into battle.

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diablo 4 light bearer mount
Diablo 4 Light Bearer Mount

How to Get Light Bearer Mount in Diablo 4

To get the Light Bearer mount in Diablo 4, you need to preorder any version of the game. Standard, Deluxe, Ultimate, makes no difference; this horse will be a part of the deal. Now, what we have to mention from the start is that you probably won’t get access to the horse right from the start. You’ll probably have to fight your way through the prologue and to the first stable. On top of that, you won’t might not have access to pre-order items until June 6th, aka the day the game becomes available for all. So, even if you do get to begin playing on June 2nd, you won’t have the in-game items. It sounds like a pretty bird-brained plan to me, but it is what it is.

So, yeah, that’s how you get the Diablo 4 Light Bearer mount, but is it worth it? Well, that’s up to you to decide. I mean, by this stage, you’ve already probably long since decided whether you want to preorder Diablo IV or not. Whatever the case may be, let’s talk about this particular mount for a bit. It comes with the really cool-looking armor, called Caparison of Faith. It allows you to use a dismount skill from your class (assuming your class has one). And, of course, riding a horse lets you get around way faster. Some classes even have skills that let you attack from horseback, which is really cool.

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