Well, my review design is closed, and now I’m officially allowed to let you know when my review, everyone’s review of Diablo 4, is published.
It’ll be two days before early access on June 1 Pre-order players can play Diablo 4 a few days before the “real” launch on June 6 (update: didn’t realize you had to pre-order) Special edition for June 1st, blunt )
The date and time the review is blocked TuesdayAnd May 30 at 9 a.m. PT, 12 a.m. ET. I’m writing this article in half so remember that and don’t mess it up.
There is a second ban where we can talk about spoiler content for the game, ie. Game story, specific bosses that appear, etc. on June 2nd. While I probably wouldn’t try to delve into spoilers just one day after the Early Access launch, though if I did, I’d get warnings. I know some People will burn through the campaign quickly, given that people have been looking forward to Diablo 4 for a decade, but it won’t be for most people, especially given its length.
That is… really all I can say about it for now. We’ve had very long access to a game review structure, and plenty of time to form opinions. For those worried that we’re now ahead of the game in terms of grinding, all of our characters were deleted as of yesterday and we’ll have to start from scratch on June 1st just like everyone else.
I’m looking forward to sharing my thoughts on the full experience, as previously, everyone tried the beta with the level 20 cap and no ability to play end-game content or create full builds. But as always, Diablo will be a long-term investment for gamers.
So, I’m going to drop my review on Tuesday, and maybe daily coverage of the game for a while, as well as some YouTube videos with gameplay, once I get going again. Lots to talk about, so I’ll see you next.
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