The anticipation of the Diablo IV open beta has been building for weeks. On Saturday, at IGN’s Fan Fest, Blizzard finally made it official – the open beta for Diablo IV will kick off on March 24th, with the special pre-order access beginning the following weekend on March 17th.
The open beta will let participants get an up close view of some of the early content, like the prologue and Act 1 in the snowy, broken land of the Fractured Peaks. You’ll be able to spend as much time as you like. But you’re limited to progressing to level 25 and getting to that point is no small feat.
But it won’t just be slaying monsters and completing quests that adventurers can look forward to; Blizzard has released a cinematic trailer, allowing a sneak peek into the richly detailed world of the game and a closer look at the character customization options that are available. Through cinematics and scenes integrated with the character customizations made by players, Blizzard is making sure that the world of Diablo IV comes alive like never before. As an extra incentive to make the game’s open beta period a success, Blizzard has promised to use the player feedback and critiques to make the necessary tweaks before the full release.
The open beta will be accessible on Xbox Series X and S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and PC platforms. While anticipation is high, Blizzard cautioned that performance issue may be encountered depending on the device and connection used.
The launch of Diablo IV open beta over the next few weeks marks an exciting moment for fans of the iconic game – it’s sure to be an unforgettable experience for all. As the Diablo IV open beta allows for players to explore the game and become acquainted with the characters and terrains, the wait for the full game to launch on June 6th is sure to be an excruciating one. But with Blizzard’s commitment to use the open beta player feedback, Diablo IV is sure to be the best gaming experience.