Definitely Rogue, was my main class in my WoW days as well.Loot doesn't get much better than that.
The thing about Diablo 4, you see, is that it's about the acquisition of progressively shinier and more impressive items. Normals become magics, magics become rares, rares become legendaries, and legendaries become something presumably quite exciting that I've yet to get my hands on. Well, to mark Diablo 4's release, we've teamed up with Nvidia to give away the shiniest loot of all: An MSI GeForce RTX 4080 Suprim GPU and a Diablo 4 Collector's Edition.
That's a lot of game, but luckily you've got a lot of GPU to go with it. Diablo 4 is nice and well-optimised, which means the beefy RTX 4080 will have absolutely no problem rendering it at dizzying frame rates even with all your settings turned up to ultra.
Plus, the 4080 has support for Nvidia's latest DLSS 3 frame generation tech, which can dramatically improve your frames-per-second while actually reducing the amount of grunt work your GPU has to do. The hardware team keeps trying to explain this to me; they lack the courage to admit it is magic.
The Diablo 4 Collector's Edition comes with the game along with all sorts of physical tchotchkes to confuse and intimidate future house guests with. We're talking fine art prints of Lilith, Inarius, and the denizens of hell, a full collector's edition art book, a cloth map of Sanctuary, something called an "Occult mousepad," and various other goodies. You can get a full overview of the collector's edition bonuses here.
So enter while you can! To participate, all you have to do is:
- Sign up using the Gleam widget HERE.
- Then reply to this thread telling us which class you're planning on playing in Diablo 4 and why.
The deadline is 11:59 BST on June 21, so get in while you can for your chance to win.
And if you don't know your Baals from your Mephistos, why not take a look at our getting started guide for Diablo 4? Learn from our many, many mistakes, wanderer.