Finished the first open phase of tests of Diablo IV, Blizzard has started to publish some interesting statistics of the goals achieved during it. According to the company, over 1 million players achieved the goal of getting at least one character to level 20 during the period from March 16 to 19.
Even before the Beta started, the developer had already announced that they had a special reward for those who managed to do this. When you reach the recommended level, players manage to unlock the Beta Wolf Pack cosmetic itema backpack in which a wolf cub sleeps peacefully.
According to Blizzard, those who did not achieve their goal this week will have a new opportunity this week. Starting on the 24th, the company will promote new game tests that will be open to the general public and aim to prepare Diablo IV servers to support the expected load at its official launch.
New Beta phase will have news
While the action-RPG’s new Beta phase will retain exclusive access to the game’s prologue and Act 1, it promises to have some new features. In addition to the fact that the company expects an even greater number of players, will allow access to some classes that were not present last week.
Anyone who joins the game next Friday (24) be able to create both the druid and the necromancer, which were not available in the previous phase. With this, the five starting classes of Diablo IV will be available to the public, who will be able to more easily decide their preferred play style.
Blizzard notes that while the account information used in the Beta will be retained in the final version, the same will not happen with the player’s progress. This means that, in addition to the Beta Wolf Pack, the company will remove any progress or items earned after the end of the current testing phase.
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Source: Adren Aline
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