Diablo Immortal Open Beta Release Times are Out

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Blizzard has officially announced the global launch roadmap for Diablo Immortal. The game launches on June 2nd, and it is finally coming to PC and mobile devices. The open beta is already up for pre-loading on PC. You can download the game from the Battle.net launcher. Blizzard is also allowing players to use a single account across mobile and PC devices, which will allow for your progress to get carried on easily.

The game will roll out at the same time across the world. This means the times at various places across the world map are not the same. The current roadmap lists the times as follows:

  1. Los Angeles: 10 AM Pacific Time
  2. New York: 1 PM Eastern Time
  3. Santos: 2 PM Brazilian Time
  4. London: 6 PM British Standard Time
  5. Paris: 7 PM Central European Summer Time
  6. Seoul: 2 AM Korean Standard Time
  7. Sydney: 3 AM Australian Eastern Standard Time

Diable Immortal is currently in the open beta state. The game is not fully polished out yet, but the developers seem pretty confident about this release. The open beta will last until the main finished game comes out. Immortal will be a free-to-play title in the Diablo series. The game, like any other free title, will come with microtransactions.

Blizzard also has confirmed that all progress, unlocks and achievements from the open beta will be carried on to the full game once it releases later this year.

Diablo Immortal’s system requirements are not demanding either. The game requires you to have at least an FX-8100 or a Core i3 coupled with 4 GB of system RAM DNA at least a GTX 560, Radeon HD 6850, or Intel HD 530 graphics processor. Some of this hardware is nearly a decade old, and thus almost all gamers can enjoy this game once it comes out.

The game will also support a bunch of first-party and third-party controllers at launch.

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