Diablo Immortal Closed Beta Release Date & Time

The Diablo Immortal Closed Beta release date and time has crept up upon us, so of course dedicated fans of the franchise want to dive in as soon as they can. Even after the disastrous announcement at that legendary Blizzcon. Fair enough. So, we’ll show you when the beginning of the Diablo Immortal beta is in this article. Just keep in mind that access to the beta is extremely limited.

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diablo immortal closed beta release date & time
Diablo Immortal Closed Beta Release Date & Time

Diablo Immortal Closed Beta Release Date & Time

The release date and time of the Diablo Immortal closed beta is October 28th at 5 PM PDT. So, depending on your location, you might be able to play it already! And I do mean that “depending on your location.” At the time of writing, you can only play it in Canada and Australia. In the near future, you’ll also be able to play it in South Korea, Japan, and China, according to the official announcement. In other words, a whole lot of you reading this are not gonna be able to take part in the beta. Much like the closed alpha before it, the access is extremely limited geographically. I’m really sorry to be the bearer of bad news.

Will Diablo Immortal be on PC

No, Diablo Immortal will not be on PC, not in closed beta, and not when it launches fully. Need I remind you of that Blizzcon disaster when the dude asked the audience whether they have phones or not? That hasn’t changed. Diablo Immortal is a mobile game, and that’s what it will stay; you’ll only be able to play it on Android and iOS devices. Well, I assume that there will probably be some kind of way to finagle it into working on PC through some kind of emulator or whatever, but I don’t think it’ll be that great of an experience. Probably best to play it as it’s meant to be played, if you really want to try it out so badly.

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