Japanese Diablo 4 fans can get their teeth into a new Lilithburger at Burger King.
Japan loves crossovers of all kinds, so collaborations between popular grocery chains and video games are more common. However, most of them relate to games developed in Japan. The local Burger King branch decided to do something different with Diablo 4.
Today (it’s already December 16 in Japan), the fast food chain is launching a brand new Diablo 4 burger, the Lilith Spicy Tomato Double Whopper Cheese.
The burger, which bears the name of the game’s demonic cover girl, comes with two 100% beef patties grilled directly over an open flame, two slices of cheddar cheese, two slices of Gouda cheese and a specially formulated “Tomato Hot Sauce” with the spiciness of chili pepper and garlic. Lettuce, sliced tomatoes, onions, and cucumbers complete the filling, and all of this goodness is sandwiched between two toasted sesame buns.
The price is a whopping (pun intended) 1,420 yen for the burger and 1,720 yen for a set of medium-sized fries and a medium-sized drink. That’s $10.30 and $12.48, respectively.
Those who don’t like spicy burgers can opt for the Butcher Double Meat BBQ Cheeseburger or the Diablo Garlic Double Cheeseburger, which have been available since November. These are slightly cheaper at 1,390 yen for the sandwich or 1,690 yen for the set ($10.08 and $12.26 respectively).
Whichever burger you choose, you’ll also go home with a special Diablo 4 Lilith sticker until stocks run out.
You can check out the promotional images below and keep in mind that the actual product probably doesn’t look that great, but Japanese chains often come pretty close.
You can also check out other food collaborations featuring Splatoon 3 7-eleven products, Pokemon Onigiri from the same convenience store chain, and Pokemon donuts from Mister Donut.
Diablo 4 will be released on June 6th, 2023 for PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One and PC.
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