Diablo 4 It will arrive on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One and PC on June 6, but many have already been able to enjoy its first hours thanks to early access organized by Blizzard. The beta of this new installment has caught the attention of thousands of fans.
Blizzard established early access to Diablo 4 to those who pre-ordered the game and this coming weekend everyone will be able to jump into Sanctuary thanks to its open beta (it doesn’t matter if you have reserved the game, no). Much more players are expected.
Diablo 4, 35 minutes of the beta on PS5!
Puppies saved in Diablo 4
And that, truly, shows how much Diablo 4 can move and that is that the problems with the servers experienced a few days ago have made clear the avalanche of players who have wanted to try these first bars of the ARPG adventure.
Specifically, as Blizzard has reported, up to a million players have managed to reach level 20 in the beta in order to obtain the cosmetic reward that was unlocked by passing this requirement: a baby wolf.
It’s not too late to rescue a puppy of your own. Reach level 20 during the #DiabloIV Open Beta and earn the Beta Wolf Pack at launch. pic.twitter.com/egVLr9VKNU
— Devil (@Diablo) March 20, 2023
Therefore, at least, this first access to the Diablo IV beta has had one million players, a figure that would increase considerably if we take into account those players who have not managed to reach that level.
So Blizzard’s servers are going to have to be in pretty good shape if they’re going to hold up to the throng of players expected next Friday with the launch of the open beta on consoles and PC. Are you going to play?
Know that if you enjoyed the adventure last weekend, your progress will be saved for this new test. Of course, you will not have the data saved by the time Diablo IV launches in June.
Although there is a new incentive to play again. This new test will have two new classes to test: the Necromancer and the Druid.
We were able to play the beta and here we tell you our impressions of this new contact with the expected game. It has left us with a very good feeling, despite the fact that there are still things that need to be polished a lot.
User feedback has already been produced. The complaint of Diablo 4 users in its beta is clear: the generation of dungeons has to improve. What do you think of what you’ve seen so far in Sanctuary?
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