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How to Download & Install Diablo 4 Server Slam Test

Download Diablo 4 Server Slam to prepare for Lilith's arrival!

Diablo 4 players will have one more chance to test out the game before its official release with the Server Slam Test.

This Server Slam Test will allow Blizzard to see what aspects its servers need to improve before the game officially releases.

Thankfully, it’s open to everyone! To participate, you only need to download and install it to your preferred platform.

How to Download Diablo 4 Server Slam

Players can begin downloading the Server Slam on May 10 at 12 PM PDT/ 3 PM ET/7 PM GMT.

If you still have the Diablo 4 Open Beta installed, an update will roll out on May 10. This update will allow you to participate in the Server Slam when it begins.

PC Download

  • Head to the client.
  • You’ll find Diablo 4 at the top of the All Games page.
  • Click the dropdown menu under Game Version.
  • From this menu, select “Diablo 4 – Server Slam”.
  • Choose the blue “Install” button.
  • This will begin the installation, and once it becomes available, players can press “Play” to jump into the Diablo 4 Server Slam Test.

Xbox Download

  • Head to the Xbox Store.
  • Search for “Diablo 4 -Server Slam”
  • Choose “Download.”
  • This will begin to download and install the Server Slam test.

PlayStation Download

  • Head to the PlayStation Store.
  • Search for “Diablo 4 – Server Slam.”
  • Begin to download this application.
  • Once the Server Slam begins, you can start your adventure in Sanctuary.

The Server Slam Test will feature a lot of similarities with the Open Beta, but it will have some extra rewards that players can earn.

Players will also have the opportunity to fight against the Ashava World Boss more frequently. But you will need a strategy against her because the level cap is slightly lower than last time.

Unfortunately, if you’re hoping that your character will transfer to the full launch of Diablo 4, then the Server Slam may not be for you.

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