All about the Diablo IV beta: when is it, how to download…

This coming summer we will have one of the games that will surely take up more hours of play around the world, and that is Diablo IV It will arrive in June to make our summer a little more bearable by defeating beings from beyond the grave. It will be on June 6 when the game of Activision Blizzard hit the stores, but before we can enjoy an open beta for which there is very little left. We tell you all the details of it.

Try Diablo IV in just a few days

And it is that the open beta of Diablo IV will take place between the 24th and 26th of this same month of March, although another early access beta phase will be held this week for those who have reserved it. It will be next weekend when it is available to all players on the platforms on which the game will be available, that is: PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series and PC.

The first phase of the beta can be downloaded from this afternoon on these platforms, specifically from 5:00 p.m. Spanish peninsular time. Meanwhile, for the second phase -open to all-, we will have to wait until Wednesday the 22nd, being able to download from exactly the same time.


To download it on consoles, you just have to visit the PS Store -in the case of PS4 and PS5- or the Microsoft Store -in the case of Xbox One and Xbox Series- and type in the search engine “Diablo IV open beta”, being able to find it easily from this way. If we opt for the PC version we will have to do it from, the Blizzard launcher, quickly finding the Diablo IV icon and doing it from there.

When it comes to playing, early access will open at 5:00 p.m. this Friday the 17th, while the public open beta will be on Friday the 24th at the same time, concluding both the following Sunday at 8:00 p.m..

According to Joe Shely, game director, we can reach level 25, enjoying the first scenario of the game and story arc, Fractured Peaks, and it will be possible to play it cooperatively online without having to subscribe to PS Plus or Xbox Live Gold. We’ll be choosing between three classes: Barbarian, Rogue, and Sorcerer in early access, with the Druid and Necromancer joining in next weekend’s open beta.

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