The open beta goes live at 9 AM PDT on March 24th and ends at noon PDT on March 27th, with early downloads now available.
Ahead of its open beta for Diablo 4, technically its second beta weekend, Blizzard Entertainment has detailed a client patch that will go live. It contains several fixes for issues like Ashava’s spawn timer, which has been changed to 10 AM/12 PM/10 PM PDT on March 25th and midnight PDT on March 26th.
Other issues, like the queue timer not displaying a time, a progression blocker for the “In Her Wake” quest, and players with 16 GB RAM unable to select High Texture Settings, are also fixed. Queue times should be improved, and there should be fewer crashes overall.
Of course, this is still a beta, so other issues may crop up, especially since the server load will likely be higher. The open beta starts on March 24th at 9 AM PDT and ends on March 27th at noon PDT. It’s available to pre-download now on all platforms.
Diablo 4 launches on June 6th for Xbox Series X/S, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and PC.
Diablo 4 Open Beta – Patch Notes
All Platform Bug Fixes
- Fixed an issue with Ashava’s spawn timer. She will now spawn on Saturday March 25th at 10:00am / 12:00pm / 10:00pm PDT and Sunday March 26th at 12:00am PDT.
- Fixed an issue where the queue timer would not display a time despite the player still being in queue.
- Addressed issues that should result in improved queue times.
- Fixed an issue where players would sometimes become blocked during the “In Her Wake” quest.
- Fixed an issue where players were unable to select High Texture Settings with 16GB of RAM.
- Fixed an issue where the UI would incorrectly show completed challenges as “Not Started”.
- Fixed multiple miscellaneous crash related issues.
Console Bug Fixes
- Fixed an issue where the second player in couch co-op could not drop in during the game prologue.