Diablo 4 Beta Breaks Franchise Record With 62 Million Hours Played

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New Record For Diablo!

Diablo 4 is one of the year’s most anticipated games, and fans are just two months away from getting their hands on the game.

The game was first announced at BlizzCon in 2019, and the latest beta test allowed fans to finally try the title. The beta test has concluded, and reactions to the game have been largely positive, excluding a few hiccups with the servers.

Following the beta’s conclusion, the official Twitter account has confirmed that the Diablo 4 Beta was the largest in franchise history, with over 62 Million hours played.

Thanking the fans, the tweet reported a few stats from the beta, including total player deaths, monsters killed, and more.

While the beta was received well, it was subject to online server issues, as mentioned earlier. This led to long server queue times and sparked demand for an offline mode after the server issues.

Nonetheless, these issues do not appear to have impacted the beta too much, and Blizzard will likely address the server problems in the full release. The game is shaping up to be a massive entry in the Diablo franchise, and if the beta is anything to go by, it could be the most successful release yet.

Diablo 4 is set to launch on 6 June 2023 and will be available on nearly every major console and PC.

Microsoft has also recently revealed a Diablo 4 bundle for the Xbox Series X console, and the game may join Xbox Game Pass if the ongoing Activision merger succeeds. As such, fans will have no shortage of ways to access the upcoming action RPG.

It is also available for pre-purchase on the official website. Aside from that, how excited are you to try the game? 

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