Diablo 4 could arrive as early as April 2023, with pre-orders open as early as December

Diablo 4 could arrive as early as April 2023, with pre-orders open as early as December

Two new reports have surfaced online, and if they’re accurate, we now know what month the new Diablo 4 game will release on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S, and Xbox Series X.

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While Blizzard fans are busy playing Overwatch 2action RPG game enthusiasts are waiting for the studio to confirm a launch date for Diablo 4. However, before Blizzard’s official announcement, we now know that Diablo 4 is on track for a launch next spring.

Indeed, according to new rumors from XboxEra, which have been confirmed by Windows Central, the highly anticipated new title could arrive in April 2023. We already knew that the game was planned for next year, since Blizzard revealed the information during the Xbox conference on June 12, 2022.but the output window is now more accurate.

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Pre-orders will be open from December 2022

According to Windows Central, thehe Diablo 4 launch campaign will begin on December 8 at The Game Awards 2022, when pre-orders will be open to everyone. Unsurprisingly, this will include pre-orders of ” various digital editions and a premium physical collector’s edition “.

These would contain early access codes to the open beta of the game, including the launch is scheduled for February 2023. Keep in mind that none of the above information comes from official sources and as such should be taken with a grain of salt. That said, The Game Awards were the scene of many game announcements and releases for the following year, and therefore it would not be surprising to see Blizzard choose this event to unveil its game.

While waiting for the release of the game, the latter was a victim from a massive leak that revealed several hours of gameplay from the closed beta. As a reminder, Diablo 4 is in development for multiple platforms: PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S, and Xbox Series X. No version for the Nintendo Switch is currently planned, but this may change in the future.