Twitch Drops, a reward system implemented on the live streaming platform Twitch, has grown increasingly popular among game developers as a way to engage and reward their player base.
Diablo 4 is no exception, and in this article, we’ll dive deep into the waves of Diablo 4 Twitch drop rewards and how you can get them.
How To Get Diablo 4 Twitch Reward Drops
As just alluded to, Twitch rewards are items or bonuses given to players who participate in certain events on the Twitch platform, typically involving watching streams of the game in question.
This serves as an incentive for players to engage more deeply with the game’s community, and offers a fun way to earn unique items and bonuses.
For Diablo 4, the devs have decided to release these in various waves to coincide with the different character classes that you can play as, allowing each and every one of these to get a bit of in-game loot.
The first set of Diablo 4 Twitch rewards are available from June 5, 4 pm PDT until just before midnight on June 11.
These drops are specifically geared towards Rogues and Necromancers as they include the Azurehand Back-Stabber Dagger and Azurehand Heart-Piercer recolors, as well as the Matron-Sigil Coffer and Progenitor Favor back trophies.
To earn these, you will need to simply need to tune into eligible Diablo 4 streams: three hours for the Azurehand armaments and six hours for the back trophies.
From June 12 to June 18, the focus shifts to the Sorcerer class.
Again, you’ll need to watch three hours of Diablo 4 content to earn the Azurehand Spell-Slinger Wand recolor, and another three hours (totaling six hours) to claim the Hellrune Tabernacle Back Trophy.
The third week, from June 19 to June 25, is a nod to you Druids out there.
By watching three and six hours of Diablo 4 streams, players can earn an Azurehand Head-Cleaver recolor and a Font of the Mother Back Trophy, respectively.
Lastly, from June 26 to July 2, Barbarians are in the spotlight. Three hours of viewing will earn you the Azurehand Skull-Crusher recolor, and six hours will give you the Matriarch’s Mantle Back Trophy.
In addition to all of the above Twitch drops for watching eligible streams, there’s a bonus reward.
During the entire collaboration period (from June 5 to July 2), players who gift an eligible content creator with two Twitch subscriptions of any tier will earn a Primal Instinct Mount.
This does require you to part with some hard-earned cash to secure it, but it’s not too expensive, especially if you have a Twitch Prime subscription to use, halving the total cost.
In conclusion, Diablo 4 Twitch rewards provide an exciting way to engage with the game and its community. So get comfortable, find your favorite streamers, and enjoy the benefits of your viewing time!