How to Equip Wolf Pup in Diablo 4

This guide provides detailed steps on how to equip the Wolf Pup Back Trophy in Diablo 4, available only to beta players who reached level 20.
Diablo 4 Wolf Pup Back Trophy
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The Wolf Pup Back Trophy is a reward exclusive to players who participated in the Diablo 4 beta and successfully leveled a character up to 20. This open beta was available only to those who pre-purchased the game, received a code, or participated in a limited-time promotional event. Regrettably, players who missed this opportunity or didn’t reach level 20 during the beta are unable to acquire the Wolf Pup.

To equip the Wolf Pup, players must first successfully complete the game’s Prologue in Nevesk and then navigate their way to Kyovashad, through Lorath. Once you’ve arrived in the city, you will find the inn conveniently located to the left of the Kyovashad Waypoint. You can spot the inn by finding the Chest and Wardrobe icons on your map.

Diablo 4 Kyovashad Wardrobe
Image: Map Genie

Upon entering the inn, players must head upstairs to the first room, home to both the wardrobe and chest. Interacting with the wardrobe will open the Transmog window. From there, players should navigate from the default Armor tab to the Items tab.

Within the Items tab, players must select the “Back Trophy” slot. If eligible, the Beta Wolf Pack will be the only item visible in this window. Players can then apply the Wolf Pup look and confirm their selection.

With these steps, players can enjoy the sight of their adorable lupine companion accompanying them on their journey through Diablo 4. Though this pet is purely cosmetic and immune to enemy attacks, having it on your back provides a sense of companionship as players navigate the hellish world.

Shaun Savage

Shaun Savage

Shaun Savage is the founder and editor-in-chief of Try Hard Guides. He has been covering and writing about video games for over 9 years. He is a 2013 graduate of the Academy of Art University with an A.A. in Web Design and New Media. In his off-time, he enjoys playing video games, watching bad movies, and spending time with his family.

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