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Diablo 4 Twitch Drops For Season 2 Are Now Available

Slay vampires with style.


Diablo IV Season 2 is now live, and with it comes a new wave of Twitch Drops that players can earn for free to ensuring they are looking their best when it comes time to slay the vampire hordes coming in the latest season of Blizzard's ARPG.

As was the case with the first wave of Twitch Drops for Diablo IV that came shortly after the game's launch, to earn the Season 2's Twitch Drops, players will need to link their Twitch account with their account and watch four hours of Diablo IV content on a channel with Drops enabled each week. The first batch of these, including items for Necromancer, Rogue, and Sorcerer, is live now through October 24.

There will be four weeks of Twitch Drops total, rewarding various cosmetic weapons for each of the game's classes. Below is the full Twitch Drop schedule.

Diablo IV Season 2 Twitch Drops

  • October 17-24 Orichalcum Blade (Necromancer, Rogue, Sorcerer)
  • October 24-31 Orichalcum Mallet (Barbarian, Druid)
  • October 31-November 6 Orichalcum Greatsword (Barbarian, Necromancer)
  • November 6-13 Orichalcum Quarterstaff (Druid)

Those looking to earn the drops don't have to watch the same channel to accumulate the needed hours, and players will need to manually claim the Drops after they've been earned in order for them to appear in-game. Anyone can earn the Drops, but they will expire after seven days if they are earned on a Twitch account that isn't linked to a account. A copy of Diablo IV isn't required to earn the Twitch Drops, though they obviously won't do anyone much good if they don't own the game.

The launch of the vampire-themed Season of Blood coincided with Diablo IV's arrival on Steam, the second Blizzard game, alongside Overwatch 2, to be available on Valve's popular PC gaming platform. Diablo IV Season 2 brings some sweeping changes to Blizzard's hit, massively reducing its endgame grind, rebalancing its classes, monsters, and damage systems, and introducing new seasonal mechanics, like Vampiric Powers.

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