Blood and Diablo go hand in hand, so of all the marketing crossover events it makes a lot of sense for the game to visit tattoo shops around the world as part of its 25th anniversary celebrations.
The Hell’s Ink tattoo shop takeover begins in July and spreads across the world until September. Each store will have a featured artist delivering their own take on the Diablo experience, with free tattoos on offer for those keen to queue up on the day.
If the luck of the queue isn’t your thing, you can enter a competition to win an appointment for a custom tattoo. All you have to do is tell them why Diablo means so much to you. Sound easy? Then it’s probably your thing!
Australia will have a Sydney and Melbourne stop in the final stages of the tour, on September 3 and September 10 respectively at Little Tokyo Tattoo in Surry Hills and Oculus Tattoo in Thornbury.
All the detaisl on how to enter and where to find out more specifics are on the Diablo Hell’s Ink page.
With the latest update drop revealing the Necromancer as the fifth and final class for Diablo IV at launch, there’s never been a better time to ink yourself up so you’re ready for your next journey to Sanctuary.
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