Diablo 4, the latest installment in the iconic hack-and-slash action RPG series by Blizzard Entertainment, boasts many new features and improvements, one of which is the ability to customize your character’s appearance extensively. While you might want to deck your character out in the best gear possible, the helmet can often cover up your hero’s face and head, which you have painstakingly customized to your liking. But don’t fret! Diablo 4 offers a solution by letting you hide your helmet, without sacrificing its stats. In this article, we will walk you through the steps to hide your helmet in Diablo 4.
Locating the Wardrobe
The ability to hide your helmet in Diablo 4 is not immediately accessible. You must first complete the introductory tutorial section of the game by finishing the first dungeon, taking down the corrupted townsfolk, and then finally visiting the main hub town, named Kyovashad.
Once you are in the main hub town, the first step is to locate the Wardrobe. This can be achieved by opening up the map and looking for the Wardrobe symbol, which is clearly marked as “Wardrobe”. For instance, in Kyovashad, you will find the Wardrobe located in the northwestern section of the town, next to the “Stash” and to the left of the “World Tier Statue”.
How To Remove Your Helmet
Upon locating the Wardrobe, approach it and interact with it. This will open up a new interface where you can alter the look of your hero. Here’s how you go about hiding your helmet:
- Select the first tab marked “Head.”
- Now, select head and choose the “Unequipped Look.”
- Voila! Your helmet is now hidden.
Importantly, even when you equip a new helmet, your character’s head will remain visible, showcasing their hair (or the lack thereof).
Creating and Using Ensembles
In addition to individual changes, Diablo 4 offers a feature called Ensembles, which allows you to save a particular look for future use. You can find the ensembles at the top of the Wardrobe screen. To access this menu, press the right analog stick. If you wish to save your style for later, press the cross button. This saved style will always be there for you. It’s also worth noting that you can unlock additional ensembles by spending in-game currency.
Alternative Way to Hide Helmet
Apart from using the wardrobe, there’s another, more straightforward way to hide your helmet in Diablo 4:
- Open the options menu.
- Navigate to ‘Display Options’.
- Here, select ‘Hide Helmet’.
- Save the changes.
And there you have it! You can now enjoy the game with your character’s face and head fully visible, even while reaping the benefits of the helmet’s stats. So go ahead, show Sanctuary your face, hair, makeup, or whatever it is you’re proud of, and march towards victory with style!
Remember, Diablo 4 isn’t just about the best stats or the rarest loot; it’s also about showcasing your personality and style. After all, you’re the hero of the story, so why not look the part?
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