From last March 17 to 20, early access to the Diablo IV Open Beta was held, which will arrive for all players around the world on the weekend of March 24, who will be able to enjoy this previous phase. of the expected Blizzard game until the 27th.
And although there was a lot of concern on the part of the Diablo player community and above all, on the side of the gaming press who also began to play the title quite skeptically due to what was seen in Diablo Immortal, until now there have been many media who in Their preliminary impressions have indicated that during this prior access to the open Beta, Diablo IV has not only surprised them, but also that during these few days enjoying the title, they have relived excellent experiences that the saga had given them in previous installments.
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Starting with PC Gamer, where editor Andy Chalk says he “was ready to hate the Diablo 4 beta” but his experience was so good he got “a kick in the butt from The Butcher and now I’m hooked.” In his review he indicates that he was never a fan of the original Diablo and that he liked Diablo 2, but that “D3 did me wrong and I’m the type of person who holds grudges.”
Attitude that changed when he realized that time had flown by playing the Diablo IV Beta, feeling that “it was a classic ‘lost in the game’ moment” and that’s when he realized and said to himself that: “This is Diablo. I’m playing a Diablo game. Real Diablo, no nonsense, so bleak it’s silly. Big Red is back, honey!”
Something shared by Lauren Morton from the same medium, who was pleasantly surprised playing the Beta, stating that “I did not expect Diablo 4 to be my next MMO”, saying that hoping to fill the void left in her life by the original Guild Wars, she had been ” longing for a map to clear and that old mix of shared cities but instances of combat zones that only Path of Exile has so far managed to give me. This is how she found Diablo 4 a game “much closer to the wholesale MMO Guild Wars 2 than the online role-playing game I was expecting.”
“Seldom can a beta give its users so much hope, the truth is that the recent weekend was a constant “ratatouille effect” in which I saw myself playing the first Diablo, the entertainment, the darkness and the tactical section was something that of course is very different from years ago, but the emotion was just as strong as in those moments. I fall in love with the idea of entering Sanctuary with a new reason and discovering new expectations that I did not think I would have after the results of Blizzard in previous years, this has been a renewed milestone, from here there is no way to fail -hopefully-“, said Cristóbal Matteucci, from Tarreo @camel matteucci after living the experience.
And finally, the same enthusiasm can be found in the Areajugones media outlet, where Ramón Baylos assures that the Diablo IV Beta has “restored his faith in Blizzard”, giving as three main reasons that the title “has everything that you can expect at the playable level of the saga (from the times when it was in good health)”, who has tested the 3 classes of the beta and according to his opinion “they all have differences with respect to those from which they are inspired from other installments”, also indicating that “the pace of the game, grinding, leveling up and unlocking skills is very grateful, in such a way that every so often you have something new to keep an eye on”.
As I told you, from this March 24 to the 27 of the same month, the open Beta of Diablo IV can be played by all those who want to give it a try, where they can thoroughly explore the initial part of the game. This includes a first look at the campaign through the Prologue and full Act 1, exploring the first zone, Fractured Peaks and whatever you want, although your character can only go up to level 25, but you can still slay demons until the Beta open end.
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