diablo 4 The Early Access Beta is upon us. Those who have pre-purchased the game will be able to advance further into the harsh wilderness of the Sanctuary until they reach level 25. However, as pointed out by the players, there have been a few hiccups, including long queue times and server disconnections. In addition to these, it’s also worth noting that neither Necromancer nor Druid are available in Diablo 4–not yet.
diablo 4 necromancer and druid availability
The Necromancer is an old fan favorite. These priestesses of Rathma aim to strike a balance, reviving the dead to do their bidding. They are capable of creating projectiles made of bone and exploding corpses. Druids, meanwhile, are in tune with nature, giving them the means to slay enemies with the elements. In addition, they are capable of shape-shifting into ferocious beasts.
So, when exactly will you be able to play as a Necromancer and Druid in Diablo 4? Short answer according to activism-blizzard official blog postNext weekend is. Basically, Diablo 4 has two public beta phases:
- Early Access Beta – Runs from March 17th at 12PM ET to March 20th at 3PM ET. Only people who have already purchased the game will be able to try it at this stage.
- Open Beta – Runs from March 24th at 12PM ET to March 27th at 3PM ET. It will be available to all.
During the Early Access beta, only the Barbarian, Sorcerer, and Rogue are playable. Thus, you will be able to see their capabilities and experience the first action of the campaign. This is also when necromancers and druids become playable in Diablo 4.
Note that your progress from the Early Access Beta will be carried over to the Open Beta. However, after the open beta ends on March 27th, all progress will be erased. The next time you get your chance to enter the dark dungeons of Diablo 4 is when it officially launches on June 6th.
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