Pre-registration for the Diablo 4 beta is now open.
Although there is no date for the beta launch yet, players are keen to get an early peek at Blizzard’s highly anticipated second part. You can register now To register their interest to play on Blizzard’s Battle.net PC player, Xbox Series X/S or PS5.
This is correct; It looks like you’ll need the latest version from both Xbox and Sony to participate in the Diablo 4 beta.
At the time of writing, Blizzard’s social media channels have not announced the news, so it’s possible that the beta page went live early. This, or it’s a deliberate ploy to whet our appetites ahead of the Xbox Show and Bethesda that takes place later today.
For more information, check out Bertie’s summary of Everything we learned about Diablo 4 at Blizzcon last yearincluding details of his first impressions by hands-on.
It was recently discovered that it costs £88,000 ($110,000) for a character upgrade in the entire Diablo Immortal.
In Diablo Immortal, players have three pillars to progress: XP level, Equipment level, and Legendary gems. The first two are standard fare in any RPG, but collecting legendary gems can be an expensive and complicated process because the way you get them is random and often extremely rare… Now, it’s almost as if F2P players can’t be won Absolutely.
Bertie has you covered here too – which is why he’s thinking Diablo Immortal is the best and worst series all in one.