The Diablo IV beta test was not without its technical problems. Developers are promising to fix them as soon as possible
The first day of beta testing for Diablo IV has passed.
The game has been able to be played by those who pre-ordered it.
Players were happy with the highly-anticipated action-RPG from Blizzard, but, as is often the case with beta testing, it was not without technical problems.
Here's What We Know
At the moment, Diablo IV has plenty of issues and they are varied. Players are complaining about unstable servers, difficulties when entering the game via Battle.net, and many are not able to enter it at all. The fact that characters who defeated the first bosses are sometimes completely removed from the account does not add to the optimism either. Lots of complaints about long queues, not the best optimization and occasional bugs, however, these can be put down to an early version of the game.
The Blizzard developers have published a list of bugs that have been discovered and said that they are already working on fixing them.
We hope that by the time we get to the second (public) testing phase on March 24-26, Blizzard will have fixed the bugs so that we can bring Diablo IV to as many players as possible.
When We Can Expect It
The game will be released on June 6 on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series.