Citizens of Sanctuary, rejoice! Diablo IV’s open beta weekend lands this week. Previously, the first beta weekend ended on a high note despite the rocky start. Fortunately, progress carries over into the open beta weekend. However, do not worry if you are joining the hell party late. There will be plenty of time to earn the Beta Wolf Pack.
Open Beta Rewards
The Diablo 4 open beta arrives this weekend. It will last from March 24 at 9:00 am PT – March 27 at 9:00 am PT. Furthermore, all starting classes will be playable. Fans can ravage the hordes of hell in Sanctuary with the following classes: Barbarian, Sorcerer, Rogue, Necromancer, and Druid. Each class boasts and unique playstyle and vast skill tree abilities up to level twenty-five. Your progress during the beta will not carry over to the full release of Diablo IV. However, there are a number of rewards to earn that will. This includes the adorable Beta Wolf Pack cosmetic.
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☠️Initial Casualty Title: Reach Kyovashad
🗺️Early Voyager Title: Reach Level 20
🐺Beta Wolf Pack Cosmetic Item: Reach Level 20 pic.twitter.com/KJ8nTN2rug
— Diablo (@Diablo) March 15, 2023
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Your character can sport various titles. These can be mixed and matched through your profile. The “Early Casualty” title is unlocked once reaching Kyovashad. This is the main town hub of the Fractured Peaks region.
Playing through the main questline of the open beta will level you most of the way to twenty. Wading through the blood of demons and completing side quests/dungeons should top players off to twenty-five. Subsequently, the last two beta awards are earned at level twenty.
Another title heads your way. The “Early Voyager” title is earned once you reach level twenty. Additionally, the Beta Wolf Pack cosmetic is unlocked. This adorable cosmetic adds a carrier pack to your character housing a sleeping wolf pup. The puppy occasionally stirs and moves throughout your adventures. Once again, all of these rewards will carry over to the game’s full release.
Players must have the correct Battle.net account linked to the platform they use. However, the rewards can be transferred to another platform should you choose differently at launch. They will remain linked to your account. Be sure to grind your way through the open beta to show off your achievements at the launch of Diablo IV. Lastly, be wary of the Butcher or World Boss this weekend. See you in Hell.