Blizzard is about to open another trial period for Diablo IV

by nativetechdoctor
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Before the official launch in June, Blizzard will allow Diablo IV to play again.

According to Engadget, Blizzard is giving gamers another chance to try out Diablo IV before the game officially launches. The game’s Server Slam will give Console and PC players a 48-hour trial to explore the game’s opening and stage 1 (Act I). This is part of Blizzard’s plan to prepare the system for its highly anticipated launch on June 6

Accordingly, Server Slam will take place from May 12 to May 14 for players on Windows PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/S, or Xbox One. This event will support local co-op, crossplay, and cross-progression, and will also be able to experience all 5 character classes including Barbarian, Druid, Sorcerer, Rogue, and Necromancer.

This 2-day event will limit the character to level 20, after which you will not receive additional Ability Points, but will still be able to collect new equipment. In addition, if you played in Early Access or Open Beta, your previous progress will not be transferred to Server Slam, nor will any achievements in Server Slam be transferred to the official launch

Blizzard will be giving Server Slam participants an extremely difficult boss battle in Ashava, which is known to be an extremely difficult task for players lower than level 20. However, anyone. Defeating the boss will win the Cry of Ashava Mount Trophy, which can move on to the official debut.

Blizzard will allow the download of Server Slam two days before the event, if players have participated in the trial before and have not uninstalled the game, they will see the update for Server Slam available on May 10

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