Diablo 4 Pre-Order Bonuses, Where to Find Cosmetic and Horses

If you want to know where to find Diablo 4 pre-order cosmetic bonuses and horses, such as the Light Bearer Mount and its armor and the Temptation mount and its armor, you’ve come to the right place. We’ll also talk about where you can find the cosmetic items earned through participating in the beta. Needless to say, the game won’t give you all the stuff from the jump; you’ll have to work for it.

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diablo 4 pre-order bonuses where to find cosmetic and horses
Diablo 4 Pre-Order Bonuses, Where to Find Cosmetic and Horses

Where to Find Diablo 4 Pre-Order Cosmetic Bonuses & Horses

To find your pre-order cosmetic bonuses and horses in Diablo 4, as well as your beta rewards, you need to progress through the game. The first things you’ll get access to are the cosmetics for your character. After you complete the Missing Pieces quest, which is the last mission in the prologue, the game will tell you where all of your stuff is. The character cosmetics (such as the Beta Wolf Pack) are available in the Wardrobe. As for the mounts and their cosmetics (aka the Light Bearer mount with its Caparison of Faith armor and the Temptation mount with its Hellborn Carapace armor), you won’t get access to those until you unlock the stables through the Donan’s Favor quest.

So, there you have it, that’s where you find the Diablo 4 pre-order cosmetic bonuses, mount armors and horses, as well as the items you earned for playing the beta. Now, we would be remiss if we didn’t Wings of the Creator emote that you get in the Ultimate Edition. I do believe that it’s available to you from the start. All you need to do is open your action wheel (E on PC). Go into Emotes and then hit Customize. Find Wings of the Creator and drag it into one of the slots. Save the changes and be on your merry way. That about covers all of them, I think. If we’ve missed anything, let us know in the comments, and we’ll be sure to update the guide.

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