Blizzard's next developer stream for Diablo 4 will be coming in April, it's been confirmed by Community Director Adam Fletcher. The devs plan to talk about endgame and progression during this upcoming stream.
After very successful open beta tests, it's time to continue building hype for the upcoming action RPG Diablo 4 and Blizzard have already confirmed when we'll get to learn more about the game.
Over on Twitter, Blizzard's Global Community Development Director for Diablo 4, Adam Fletcher , revealed that the next developer stream is coming in April. The topics that the dev team will cover during this stream are probably what all Diablo fans want to hear - the endgame and progression system.
Additionally, the team will chat about some interesting stuff they've learned thanks to the two open-beta tests.
Fletcher did not share additional information about this live stream but if we had to guess, we would say it's probably scheduled for mid-April since Blizzard would probably give us the date already if the stream was coming in the first week of April.
The stream should probably cover PvP, as that is connected to both progression and endgame in a way but it's also possible that a PvP-specific stream is coming at a later date, since that's a pretty big topic to cover and may need its own stream.
Diablo 4 is officially launching on June 6, 2023, for PC , PlayStation 4 , PlayStation 5 , Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One . The game will also have up to four days of early access if you pre-order the Digital Deluxe or the Ultimate Edition.
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