Diablo 4 Beta Playable Classes

What classes can you play during the Diablo 4 Open Beta weekends? After years of waiting, fans across the globe will finally get a chance to put their hands on the highly anticipated action RPG Diablo IV. During the early access and open beta weekends, we will get to experience a huge chunk of the game, its story and gameplay mechanics. Read on to learn which classes are available in the Diablo 4 Beta.

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What Classes Are Available in Diablo 4 Beta
Diablo 4 Beta Playable Classes

What Classes Can You Play During Diablo 4 Open Beta

As you might have figured it out, not all classes will be playable during the open beta. Firstly, there’s still much work to be done, and not everything is ready yet for the broader audience to play. Secondly, the developers want to focus on a few classes so that players have a more streamlined experience during the beta. Finally, Blizzard wants to keep some surprises for when the game fully launches on June 6th, 2020. Because of that, you will only be able to play the Barbarian, the Rogue, and the Sorcerer during the Diablo 4 open beta. The other two confirmed classes – the Druid and the Necromancer – will not be playable during the open beta.

The open beta content will allow players to explore the first zone, Fractured Peaks and experience the Prologue and the entirety of Act 1. During the open beta, you will be allowed to create a maximum of 10 characters per Battle.net account. Hence, choose wisely when creating builds. There will be six full days of the beta in total across two weekends. That’s more than enough to try out all three classes and the various builds they have to offer. Each character can be levelled up to Level 25. You will still be able to play with that character after Level 25, just without XP gain.

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