The endgame of Diablo 4 has been officially announced

The endgame of Diablo 4 has been officially announced

Blizzard has announced that it will conduct a closed beta testing for the next Diablo 4.

A video of franchise director Rod Fergusson and game director Joe Shely provided additional information on Blizzard''s official website.

Invites will be sent directly to players who have "recently spent significant time in Diablo endgame experiences," according to gameplay data.

The course in the closed beta will include the addition of Helltide, Nightmare Dungeons, a reward system Whispers of the Dead, PvP zones called Fields of Hatred, and a game character build system Paragon Boards.

Players will need to have played a lot of endgame content in Diablo 2: Resurrected, Diablo 3, and Diablo Immortal. Battle.net must alter communication preferences, allowing news and special offers to be enabled.

The beta will be available on all platforms (PC, Xbox, and PlayStation), with support for cross-play and cross-progress.

Players may receive their invitation by the 18th November. For anyone who misses out on this closed beta, public tests are expected to begin early next year.

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Fergusson teaches viewers that participants will "be under NDA so they won''t be able to speak publicly," but that hasn''t prevented people from showing up on beta footage so far.

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