Diablo Prime Evil collection pre-order guide: How to download on Xbox, PS5 & Switch

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If you’re looking to celebrate the release of Diablo 2 Resurrected in style, then the Diablo Prime Evil collection is the best way to do it! However, there have been some issues claiming back what’s rightfully yours. 

It’s safe to say that the E3 Xbox show has reignited the flames of hell for Diablo players. With the release date finally dropping alongside details of the multiplayer beta, fans of the demonic franchise are preparing for the oncoming storm.

As part of Blizzard’s celebrations, they’ve released the Diablo Prime Evil collection, which is available to preorder now.

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It appears, though, that players are having some issues redeeming their devilish little trinkets, specifically on console.


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Tyrael is back, and he’s looking pretty damn good.

Players report issues redeeming Mephisto items

For those who already have Diablo 3, one of the Collection’s prizes, you’re able to purchase the Prime Evil Upgrade instead. This includes everything from the original bundle except for the things you already have, with the prices doctored accordingly.

It appears, though, that some console players are having issues redeeming both the Mephisto Pet and Wings of Hatred in Diablo 3. One fan writes that they purchased the upgrade but “I don’t have them for some reason.”

Another said: “I had to manually install on Xbox by going into game add-ons for my cosmetics. But even when doing so they don’t pop up under wings/pets tab.” They conclude that they “may not be added yet for consoles,” despite being able to “download a file containing the items.”

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As further news drops regarding this, we’ll be sure to keep this page up to date.

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The Lord of Hatred seems to have done a number on Diablo players.

What does the Diablo Prime Evil Collection include?

While preordering Diablo 2 Resurrected nets you a Barbarian-themed transmog for your Diablo 3 character, there’s a lot of different exclusives included in Blizzard’s Diablo Prime Evil Collection that are a must-have for avid fans of the game.

The Prime Evil Collection includes:

  • Diablo 2 Resurrected
  • Access to the Diablo 2 Resurrected Open Beta
  • Diablo 2-themed Barbarian transmog for Diablo 3
  • Diablo 3
  • Diablo 3 Reaper of Souls expansion
  • Diablo 3 Rise of the Necromancer pack
  • Diablo 3 Mephisto pet
  • Diablo 3 Hatred’s Grasp wings

Diablo Prime Evil Upgrade

The Diablo Prime Evil Upgrade contains all of the above, except for Diablo 3 and the Rise of the Necromancer pack. It costs $49.99 (£42.99).

Where to preorder the Prime Evil Collection

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Mephisto might be the Lord of Hatred, but look at that adorable little guy!

Importantly, the bundle can be purchased now, but you will only receive the Diablo 3 items. If you’ve already got D3 but want the Mephisto pet and Hatred’s Grasp wings, then you can still buy the Collection but for a cheaper price.

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Diablo 2 Resurrected, the access to the Open Beta and the Barbarian transmog will only become available as the release progresses.

Diablo Prime Evil Collection digital preorder

So that’s all you need to know about the Diablo Prime Evil Collection! If you’re looking to keep up with all of the latest news, be sure to check out our dedicated Diablo main page.