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Diablo 4 Countdown – How Many Days Until Early Access Release?

The gates of Sanctuary are about to open!

Diablo 4 is almost here, and many have already started counting the days before they can jump into the world of Sanctuary with their favorite class.

This new iteration in the series brings players back to the familiar world of Sanctuary to fight against a new evil, Lilith.

Players will need to face many trials as they level up their favorite classes and find the build that suits their playstyle the best.

If you can’t wait to choose your class, here is a countdown to help you keep track of how many days there are until the release of Diablo 4:

Diablo 4 Countdown

There are until the release of Diablo 4. But players that pre-order the Ultimate Edition or Digital Deluxe Edition can access it early in .

Diablo 4 will release simultaneously across the global on June 5 at 4 PM PT / 7 PM ET. Those who obtain early access can play it four days early on June 1 at 4 PM PT / 7 PM ET.

The global launch time means the game will release to everyone at the same time, for both early access and full release.

This means there won’t be any regions that can access Diablo 4 before others, so the frequently used New Zealand early access trick won’t be necessary this time around.

The president of Blizzard, Mike Ybarra, confirmed these times through a Twitter post earlier this year.

Any player that participated in the Open Beta or Server Slam Test will still need to create a new character since none of the progress will carry over to the full Diablo 4 release.

However, players will have the special rewards they received for obtaining Level 20 during the Open Beta and Server Slam.

Countdown to Diablo 4 Early Access in your region:

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Countdown to Diablo 4 Global Launch in your region:

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Many fans eagerly await how Diablo 4 will separate itself from Diablo 3. Diablo 3 was able to keep players entertained for over ten years.

Blizzard has certainly risen up to the challenge and has already expressed how they think Diablo 4’s endgame will keep players occupied well past the game’s original story.

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