Diablo 4 is entering the next phase, which will be closed beta-tests. Select players will have a chance to see what condition Blizzard’s upcoming creation is in.
Players interested in closed beta tests Diablo 4 they can still apply for a place in this endeavor. Blizzard officially announces non-public beta that will focus on post-story gameplay. Tests will be available on personal computers, PlayStation 4PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X | S and Xbox One.
The full story of Lilith’s return to Sanctuary isn’t something we’d like to reveal before launch – so players will experience Sanctuary post-campaign in the Closed Beta.
Selected players will be invited to the closed tests. We are talking about enthusiasts who “They’ve spent a lot of time playing advanced characters in Diablo II: Resurrected and Diablo III lately.” If these requirements are not an obstacle, nThere are a few steps to take to apply:
- we log in via the Battle.net website or application;
- click on the icon of your account and enter the tab “Account settings” or “View Account”;
- we choose an option “Privacy”and then, a little lower, “Communication preferences”;
- Now you just have to choose “Update” and make sure the option “Battle.net News and Specials” is on (you can turn it off later).
The above steps must be followed until October 11. If we don’t get an invitation by November 18 this means that we were not selected for beta testing.
The number of places in the Closed Beta is limited, but nothing is lost. The developers also announced that open beta-tests will start at the beginning of next year. The date is not yet known.
Sebastian Barysz, journalist of Polygamy