Diablo 4 Rumored To Release In April 2023

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Rumor has it that the guys at Activision-Blizzard are planning to release the highly anticipated game Diablo IV next year in April 2023. And as an added bonus, they’re also considering having a public beta before the official release. Recent reports suggest Diablo IV, the highly-anticipated game, will release in April 2023.


Diablo IV Reveal and Beta Dates Announced

According to GamesRadar, Diablo IV, the fourth main-series installment in the Diablo franchise, will reveal at the upcoming Game Awards on December 8th. This is exciting news for fans of the series, who have eagerly awaited an update on the next installment. Not only will players have the opportunity to watch the reveal, but they will also have the chance to pre-order the game after it is unveiled.

Blizzard, the game developer, is reportedly planning to hold a public beta in February. The purpose of the beta is to test the game’s server capacities and ensure that everything runs smoothly before the game’s official launch in April 2023. An episode of the XboxEra podcast first reported these dates, and other sources have since confirmed them, lending credibility to the information.

As a fan of the series, I look forward to discovering the new features and gameplay elements that Diablo IV will introduce and how it will improve upon the success of the previous games in the franchise. With the reveal just a few weeks away and a beta planned for February, it won’t be long until we get our hands on the game and experience it for ourselves.

Diablo IV Beta and Leaks Reveal New Information Ahead of Official Launch

Speculation has been building for months over the launch of Diablo IV, with two closed betas happening in 2022. To prevent story spoilers and ensure a great narrative experience for fans, the most recent beta gave players a chance to play the end-game of the RPG. Blizzard invited only select, long-time fans of the series to join this beta, prioritizing these players after years of community resentment about feeling overlooked by the company. A previously closed alpha test for friends and family of Blizzard employees took place in August, leaving players impressed with the gameplay of Diablo IV.


A major security breach at Blizzard recently led to significant leaks of Diablo IV on social media. Players shared over 40 minutes of gameplay footage on forums and downloaded it hundreds of times. The videos revealed new information about Diablo IV’s Barbarian class, the in-game cosmetics store, the user interface, and the wares sold by various merchants. Fans also got a glimpse of the game’s combat system, although the footage was incomplete and showed unfinished dungeons with missing textures and polygons.

Redemption for Diablo Franchise

Diablo fans eagerly await Diablo IV’s release, the fourth main-series installment in the nearly 25-year-old franchise. Critics slammed Diablo Immortal’s pay-to-win design, which led to its ban in two countries, including its main market, China.

Blizzard has promised a lot for Diablo IV, including dynamic weather, full character customization, and over 100 dungeons. The company also prioritizes inclusivity in Diablo IV, allowing players to create characters that utilize “hundreds of componentized armor sets” and “different body types” to make an avatar that best represents them. Despite the recent reports, Blizzard has not yet commented on the release date or reveal of Diablo IV at The Game Awards.

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