Taking a look at the latest full-fledged installment of Diablo, Blizzard might be getting ready to test it. There is increasing talk of new production files being added not only to Battle.net servers, but the latest version has also arrived on PlayStation consoles.
The American developers last year confirmed the delay of the much-awaited Diablo 4. But it didn’t get too quiet about the game, as Blizzard consistently shared information and videos from the project, which only further fueled the already huge interest in the upcoming release.
The game will feature large-scale dungeons (as many as 150 dungeons), long gameplay and an atmospheric, dark world as well – let’s not hide the expectations of the devoted community of the series are great.
Diablo 4 is scheduled to debut in 2023, and yet there are increasing signs that the studio is gearing up for a beta and we know that internal developer files are already on Blizzard’s servers.
Rod Fergusson announced last week that the developers intend to open up the game to players (registration has been ongoing for several weeks), but we will still have to wait for this stage.
But there is no doubt that the studio is not wasting time and most likely is checking out the game on consoles as well. In the PlayStation database, a fresh test version of Diablo 4 has been found.
We should remind you that back in May it was reported that Diablo 4 was added to Sony’s servers – back then the item was hidden under a code name. However, so far team representatives are not letting off steam and do not disclose when we can count on the first highlights.