Blizzard has shared a list of key issues, including errors and crashes, in the Diablo 4 early access beta that it's currently tracking and working to resolve.
With Diablo 4 scheduled to launch in early June, Diablo fans likely expected this first March beta to have its issues. That has certainly proven true, withDiablo 4 beta players experiencing lengthy queue times, random disconnects, and hardware performance problems.
Blizzard is capitalizing on the opportunity to improve Diablo 4 as fast as can be done.Blizzard is holding two beta sessions ahead of Diablo 4's launch in June.
There's the ongoing Diablo 4 early access beta, which will last through the current weekend, and then an open beta starting March 24 and lasting through that weekend.Read more on gamerant.com