Diablo Immortal's worldwide launch slowly draws closer. Following a delay into 2022 to implement new features, if you're excited about Blizzard's upcoming mobile entry, you can look to dive in sooner.
Announced earlier on, Diablo Immortal's Closed Beta has become available in select regions, going live today. If you're looking to dive in, here's what you need to know:
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Diablo Immortal: How To Access The Closed Beta
In terms of location, this closed beta's only available in five regions currently, Canada, Australia, South Korea, Japan, and China, going live at 5pm PDT on October 28th. It's also only available on Android, so if you're got an iPhone or other iOS device, you're out of luck. You can sign up for pre-registration here, which gives you the chance to enter future beta tests.
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