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Among the alterations developers made are redesigned dungeons to prevent backtracking and alterations in the five classes a person can choose from – Barbarian, Rogue, Sorcerer, Necromancer, and Druid – and what each one of these offers.

Ahead of the launch, Blizzard is asking players to get familiar with a Diablo IV open beta called Server Slam. Between May 12 and May 14, the beta is going to be available to players across Windows PC, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, and PlayStation 4, in addition to the co-op.

“Server Slam can give players the last weekend in Hell to get a fraction of the items Diablo IV provides, while simultaneously testing the capabilities in our servers prior to producing,” developers said. “The Prologue and entirety of Act I is going to be your canvas to color with the remains of slain demons. Fractured Peaks, the very first Zone, is yours to navigate while you please.”

The developers also teased the things they described as Server Slam’s biggest challenge: a monstrous creature named Ashava. Players can’t pass level 20 during Server Slam, making the task particularly difficult.

Early download for that [url=]d4 buy gold[/url] open beta begins on May 10.

In other gaming news, Marvel’s new running app employs Wolverine and Thor to yell at you for motivation.