Blizzard has started the closed beta testing for Diablo IV, but many players have encountered issues with accessing the game.
Today at 1800 Blizzard began closed beta testing of their new game Diablo IV. However, from the first minutes of launch, many players who pre-ordered the game faced problems accessing the trial client.
Users complained about problems accessing the servers, and the beta page stated that it was "queued to enter the game."
Also sometimes an error popped up:
Despite this, some players managed to start the trial version, however, not everyone was able to enter the server due to long queues. Interest in the Diablo IV beta has been extremely high, as evidenced by over 800,000 Twitch viewers following the game.
It is important to note that the beta version of Diablo IV already has Russian localization with subtitles, but the voice acting is currently only available in English. In addition, the in-game translation is not complete, as some lines and character names are in the original language.
At the same time, it should be noted that interest in the game remains high, despite the problems that have arisen. Fans of Diablo IV are looking forward to the release, which should take place on June 6th. However, the developers should work on fixing all the issues and bugs in the beta to ensure the best possible gaming experience for all players.