Blizzard Is Giving Gamers Another Chance To Try Diablo IV before its official arrival. The game’s server slam will give console and PC players 48 hours to explore Prologue and Act I as the publisher prepares its infrastructure for the dungeon crawler’s highly anticipated June 6th launch.
The server slam will take place from May 12th at 12PM PDT to May 14th at 12PM PDT. It will be open to players on Windows PC, PS5/4, Xbox Series X/S or Xbox One. The event will support couch co-op, cross-play, and cross-progression, and you can play as all five character classes including Barbarian, Druid, Sorcerer, Rogue, and Necromancer.
The two-day event will limit character progression to level 20, after which you’ll no longer receive ability points (but you can still earn new gear). In addition, if you played during the game’s Early Access or Open Beta periods, your progress will not carry over to Server Slam – nor will progress from Server Slam transfer to the game’s launch.
Blizzard is giving Server Slam participants a challenging boss fight in Asawa, described as “one of the burning Hells.” With “two razor-sharp arm blades, scales stronger than plate mail, and a hell-bent bent on disrupting his quest to bathe sanctuary in toxic bile” the monster should present a formidable challenge to players level 20 and under Needed However, anyone who takes him down will forfeit the Cry of Equestrian Trophy, which will be rolled up to the final launch. In addition, you’ll get another chance to earn trophies from the first two beta weekends, including the Initial Casualty title (with one character reaching Kyovashad), the Early Voyager title, and the Beta Wolf Pack cosmetic item (both one for reaching level 20). required) are included. Character).
Blizzard is opening pre-downloads for the server slam on May 10th at 12PM PDT, two days before the event. You can read full installation instructions HereAnd if you participated in the previous beta (and didn’t uninstall it), you’ll see an update for Server Slam available to download.
Engadget’s Igor Bonifacic tried Diablo IV was left more cautiously optimistic during the December preview and recent beta. It brought impressive attention to story and gameplay details as the upcoming title slows down its pace while adhering to the franchise’s familiar roots. However, we’ll have to wait and see whether Blizzard can “stick the landing” given the publisher’s hit-or-miss record in recent years. Diablo III2012 launch.