Back in June, Blizzard announced that those who pre-ordered Diablo 2: Resurrected will be able to access its multiplayer beta this month. The publisher has since announced more details about the beta phase. As it turns out, there’s the early access weekend for those who pre-ordered, as well as an additional open beta weekend for those who didn’t.
For those who did place their pre-order, Diablo 2: Resurrected will be accessible on 14 August, at 1AM. This will last for four days. As for the public open beta, this will be accessible a week later at the same time, but lasting only three days. Cross progression between platforms will also come into effect at this time.
The open beta for Diablo 2: Resurrected will also be limited to the first two acts of the game, which is pretty generous for a beta phase. Despite this, Blizzard says that there is no level cap. Your progress will also be carried over when you purchase the full version of the game, assuming you didn’t already pre-order. Online multiplayer will also be available during the beta phase.
You can check out more information about the upcoming Diablo 2: Resurrected beta by hitting the link below. The full game comes out late next month, on 23 September to be exact.