Blizzard Announced Invite Only Beta for Diablo IV

Blizzard announced today they will be holding a confidential end game beta for Diablo IV. A confidential beta meaning it will be invite only for players, rather than signing up. The developer update which is linked below has steps for how you can ensure you will receive your invitation, if you are chosen to participate. Not to worry though, as public testing is coming early next year. I think this is a great way for the developers to get feedback from a dedicated player base for the most popular aspect of the game in many players eyes. You can check out the full press release and details down below:

Today Blizzard is excited to announce that Diablo IV will be having a confidential Closed End Game Beta. This will be the first of a few opportunities for select players to participate in testing an early version of the game on PC, Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, and PlayStation 4 consoles.

We have decided to focus on the end game for a few reasons, but chief among those is because we don’t want to spoil the full story of Diablo IV, and for many, the end game is their favorite aspect of Diablo—we want to ensure it feels satisfying and have ample time to act on feedback. Once our Closed Beta begins, we will be looking for community feedback on a variety of challenging end-game offerings including Helltide, Nightmare Dungeons, Whispers of the Dead, Fields of Hatred, and Paragon Boards.

For more information on what’s coming to the Closed End Game Beta and who will be invited, check out the full blog along with a video message from game director Joe Shely and franchise general manager Rod Fergusson.For everything Diablo IV, you can check out our official website.

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