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News video games 16 March 2023, 23:09

Waiting For Diablo 4 beta? Long Gameplay has Just Been Leaked

A 36-minute gameplay from Diablo 4 has surfaced online, giving a preview of what awaits us in the open beta and then the game proper.

Open beta of Diablo IV is just around the corner - the early testing phase (for those who preordered the game) will begin tomorrow. Players are a bit afraid, but are generally looking forward to it. As to the game's release on PC, PS4, PS5, XOne and XSX/S, which is scheduled for June 6.

The anticipation can be made more pleasant by watching a 36-minute gameplay from Diablo IVwhich has leaked online today. If you're not afraid of spoilers, and decide to see it, bear in mind that its audiovisuals leave a lot to be desired. What's more, the video shows numerous imperfections, which probably indicates that it comes from an early version of the game.

If you're looking for more detailed information about the upcoming open beta of Diablo IV, I refer you to our summary, where you will read everything you need to know. The date of March 24 is particularly important - because that's when the actual beta testing phase will begin, in which all interested parties will be able to participate. It will last until March 27. At this stage, players will test all five character classes offered by Diablo IV at launch - sorceress, rogue, barbarian, necromancer and druid (pre-orderers will only test the first three).

Hubert Sledziewski

Hubert Sledziewski

A sociologist by education, a gamer by passion. His adventure with gaming began at the age of four – with the Famicom clone. Currently, he prefers PC and challenging RPGs, but doesn't shy away from consoles or other genres. He has been writing professionally since 2016. He joined Gamepressure five years later – although he has known the website ever since he had access to the Internet – to combine his love of writing and games. He mainly deals with news and editorials. When he's not playing or writing, he's happiest reading, watching TV shows (less often movies) and Premier League matches, listening to heavy music, and walking his dog. He loves Stephen King's works almost unconditionally. He has not abandoned plans to follow in his footsteps. However, he keeps his first "literary achievements" locked away deep in a drawer.


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