The Diablo IV beta will include Prologue and Act I and will be available on Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, PS5 and PC.
Diablo IV will be available to everyone. That’s the message Blizzard is sending with one of the most promising games of 2023. The last we heard about the title, you’ll need a constant internet connection, even if you want to play solo. We haven’t heard any new information about the game in weeks. But now the wait is over!
During IGN Fan Fest 2023, Blizzard announced the dates for the Diablo IV Open Beta: Early Access will run from March 17-19 but will only be available to those who purchased the game before its release.
The Open Beta, however, will run from March 24-26 and will be available to everyone, regardless of whether or not they have purchased the title. Blizzard will collect user feedback at the end of these periods and make several changes to improve the gameplay experience.
Now the company has detailed what content will be offered to users. In this case, we will have the opportunity to play through Prologue and the entire Act 1. Our limit will be at level 25, although we will be able to play longer. It was also announced that more details would be provided at a Diablo IV event on February 28. Also, below is one of the many cinematics that will be included in the game.
In addition to what happened at the IGN Fan Fest, much more was revealed about the game. For example, two of the most interesting new features are a new class and a new seasons system. All of this is reflected to some extent in the trailers and gameplay that will be released for the game. However, the game is also surrounded by controversy regarding microtransactions. We’ll see if it can finally live up to the hype…
Diablo 4 game director Joe Shely announced at #IGNFanFest that the Open Beta will be March 17-19 and 24-26.
Here’s everything you need to know about the beta and how it will impact Diablo 4 before it's released on June 6. pic.twitter.com/EdiI1vveup
— IGN (@IGN) February 18, 2023