Everything you need to know about Diablo IV Beta: when it is, how to download
We bring you all the details on the upcoming Diablo IV Open Beta so you can enjoy it and get ready to return to Sanctuary before it launches.
This coming summer, we will have one of the games that will surely take more hours of gameplay worldwide. Diablo IV will arrive in June to make the season a little more bearable by defeating creatures from beyond the grave. The Activision Blizzard game will hit the stores on June 6, but before that, we can enjoy an open beta that will last only a few days.
Diablo IV testing is to begin in a few days
The Diablo IV Open Beta will take place between March 24th and 26th, although there will be another Early Access Beta this week for those who have pre-ordered it. Next weekend, it will be available to all players on the platforms where the game will be available, namely: PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series, and PC.
The first phase of the beta will be available for download on these platforms that same morning (or afternoon, depending on your time zone), starting at 9:00 am PT / 12:00 pm ET. Meanwhile, the second phase - open to everyone - will have to wait until Wednesday, the 22nd, and will be available for download at exactly the same time.
To download it on consoles, all you have to do is go to the PS Store - in the case of PS4 and PS5 - or the Microsoft Store - in the case of Xbox One and Xbox Series - and enter "Diablo IV open beta" in the search engine to find it easily. If we choose the PC version, we will have to do it from Battle.net, Blizzard's launcher, quickly find the Diablo IV icon, and do it from there.
When it comes time to play, Early Access will open this Friday the 17th at 9:00 am PT / 12:00 pm ET, while the Public Open Beta will begin at the same time on Friday the 24th, with both closing the following Sunday at 12:00 pm PT / 3:00 pm ET.
According to Joe Shely, the game's director, we will be able to reach level 25, enjoy the game's first scenario and story, Fractured Peaks, and it will be possible to play it in an online cooperative without the need to subscribe to PS Plus or Xbox Live Gold. We can choose between three classes: Barbarian, Rogue, and Sorcerer in Early Access, with the Druid and Necromancer joining the Open Beta next weekend.
Source | Blizzard
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