The Diablo 4 beta has launched (as of today), allowing players to explore the game’s dungeons ahead of its official release. Featuring iconic classes and an array of new locations, weapons, and enemies, the beta offers a thrilling experience.
Both weekends will feature couch and four-player online co-op, allowing you and your friends to team up for an epic battle. Blizzard is set to release a world boss, Ashava, at designated times for an exciting challenge:
- March 18th at 10AM, 12PM, 10PM, and midnight PT
- March 25th at 10AM, 12PM, 10PM, and midnight PT
In both betas, players can delve into the game’s prologue and first act while leveling up to 25. The early access beta offers access to three classes: Rogue, Barbarian, and Sorcerer.
The general open beta expands the roster to include Druid and Necromancer. Keep in mind that while story progress will transfer to the live game on June 6th, all characters will be deleted, so avoid getting too attached.
To ease the disappointment, Blizzard will reward players with unique perks, such as a charming dog backpack, for accomplishing certain milestones during the beta.
Additionally, a Diablo IV community stream will take place on March 24th, where developers will share valuable tips and tricks for budding demon slayers. We look forward to seeing you in Sanctuary soon.
Many players may wonder if their Diablo 4 beta progress will transfer to the full game. After all, leveling up your character in the beta could give you a competitive edge in reaching Diablo 4’s max level.
The short answer is No, your progress in the Diablo 4 beta will not transfer over to the full game. Let’s dive in.
So, let’s dive into everything you need to know about Diablo 4’s closed beta progress.
Will Diablo 4 Beta Progress Carry Over?
The Diablo 4 beta is now available. Unfortunately, Diablo 4 beta progress will not transfer to the full game. While this may disappoint players seeking a head start, the beta provides an opportunity to test new skills and familiarize yourself with available classes.
Although Diablo 4 beta progress won’t carry over, players can claim exciting rewards.
The Diablo 4 beta offers three in-game items that you can claim and transfer to your account after the beta ends:
- Initial Casualty Title
- Early Voyager Title
- Beta Wolf Pack Cosmetic Item