Diablo 4 will have a closed beta on post-game content, and it will be very exclusive to players who have put the most hours into the game.
Blizzard is approaching the final stretch of the development of Devil IV, and they want feedback from the most experienced players in the saga. For this they have announced a very closed beta focused on content Diablo 4 post gameand that will be very exclusive.
As explained in your websiteonly players who have put a “significant” amount of hours into Diablo II Resurrected or Diablo III.
That is to say, in this beta (available on all consoles and PC) only truly expert Diablo players will enter, and they will offer high-quality feedback to Blizzard to adjust the game to the demand of classic players.
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How to Participate in the Diablo 4 Post-Game Closed Beta
This closed beta will not be accessible in any way other than by invitation. In fact, will be confidential– Players who receive an invite will not be able to publicly discuss what they see in it (they will have to sign an NDA).
Of course, it will be compatible on all platforms: PC, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5 and PS4including cross play and absolute cross progression between all platforms.
Invitations will be sent directly by Blizzard to players who have “a significant number” of hours recently played. to Diablo II Resurrected or Diablo III end-game content. It is not valid with the story: it must be the post game.
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However, in order to receive invitations you must make sure you have turned on the option to receive offers from Blizzard:
- Go into battle.net or the Battle.net launcher
- Click on the username, top right, and on Account Settings or View account, depending on the platform
- Click on “Privacy and Communication” and scroll down to “Communication Preferences”
- Make sure you have the option to Receive news and offers from Battle.net activated (and hit save)
This beta will focus on the post-game content of Diablo IV, a way not to spoil the story and also because Blizzard recognizes that this is where Diablo fans usually enjoy the most. “We want to make sure it’s satisfying and has lots of varied challenges to play through for many, many demon hunting sessions.”
Since this closed beta is confidential, we won’t hear any more about the beta unless you receive an invite… or its content is leaked, as happened this weekend: almost an hour of footage from the last beta of Devil 4.