There is almost nothing left for Diablo 4 testing to begin. With a weekend of early access that opens its doors this same friday and an open beta that will follow suit next weekend, it’s hard not to be excited. If you are going to participate in any of these and do not want to waste time, you will be interested in preload the game. Today, Blizzard has finally told us when we will be able to do it.
And it is that, despite not knowing how much this beta will occupy, we do know that at the content level it will allow us to play everything the prologue and act 1, a quantity of material that, since it is not small, it will be convenient for you to have downloaded and installed to be able to enter as soon as the starting gun is given. Of course, it depends on when you are going to try it, you will have one date or another to start collecting the data from the Blizzard servers.
If you are going to participate in this weekend’s test session (which starts on Friday the 17th), you will practically not have to wait at all to preload the game. This will start tomorrow, day March 15, at 6:00 p.m. (peninsular time). On the contrary, those who play next weekend will be able to download the title on March 22 at 6:00 p.m. (peninsular time).
The company has not yet revealed what the size of the download will be, but all help is little to be the first in line to enter one of the RPGs most anticipated of all 2023. On the other hand, if you are going to participate, you will also be interested in knowing what the rewards are for playing the Diablo 4 beta.
Whether you want to play it ahead of time or you’re waiting until its release, Diablo 4 is, without a doubt, quite the success. After these weekends, we will have to arm ourselves with patience and wait until its final release date: the day June 6, 2023.