Diablo 4 Beta Start Time: Character Progress and Full Game Compatibility

Diablo 4 Beta Start Time
The Diablo 4 Open Beta commences today for gamers who pre-purchased the action RPG, providing a sneak peek before its complete release this summer. Spanning from March 17 to March 19, the beta will be followed by another accessible event from March 24 to March 26, open to all players, regardless of pre-order status.

During the initial Early Access weekend, participants will delve into the beginning segments of Diablo 4, including the Prologue, Act 1, and the first zone, Fractured Peaks. Playable characters include the Barbarian, Rogue, and Sorcerer, while the Druid and Necromancer will be unlocked in the second Open Beta weekend.

Both beta weekends have a level cap of 25, with progress transferring between them. However, once Diablo 4 officially launches, will your beta characters' progress carry over to the full game?
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Blizzard has clarified that all characters created in the Diablo 4 beta will be deleted upon the beta's conclusion. As a result, any progress achieved during the beta will not transfer to the full game upon release.

While this news may be disappointing for those who invest substantial time into the beta, some players may not mind revisiting content. If you play extensively during the beta, you'll likely be familiar with Fractured Peaks' secrets, making subsequent playthroughs faster.

The Diablo 4 Early Access Open Beta starts today, with global start times available here. PC players can refer to our guide on Diablo 4's PC requirements. The official release date for Diablo 4 is June 6, 2023.

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