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The striking visual look of well-modeled armor sets is a staple of action RPGs like Diablo 4. Players really love customizing the looks of their characters as a form of personal expression. Typically, a transmogrification system handles these cosmetic personalizations, and there’s a pretty simple one in Blizzard’s latest. Here’s how to transmog in Diablo 4.
How to transmog in Diablo 4 – Explained
Transmogging in Diablo 4 is a simple and accessible thing to do when you’re not plagued with errors. Simply head to the wardrobe, which is only available in certain towns. You’ll find your first one in Kyovashad, right next to the stash. Reaching Kyovashad does require a bit of playtime, though. Use this time to learn your character and decide on a look to go for. Moreover, pick up all the items you can to unlock them as transmogs later.
Once you open the wardrobe, you can customize each piece of armor you’re wearing and even change their colors. There are up to nine different color schemes. In Diablo 4, weapons can also be transmogged. Additionally, you can save your favorite looks to an ensemble slot. You’re given one at the start and can buy more ensemble slots with gold.
How to unlock new transmogs
Of course, there won’t be many available transmogs when you first start the game. To unlock new transmogs, salvage items at the blacksmith. This gives you crafting and upgrade materials and permanently unlocks that gear’s visual look in the wardrobe. When you hover over a piece of gear, the UI indicates whether you’ve unlocked it as a transmog. This way, you keep track of which looks you already have while staying on the hunt for new ones.
For more info on classes, story, characters, and more, check out our everything we know about Diablo 4 page. The Beta is available on Battle.net and releases on June 6.