You can experience Diablo 4’s Prologue and Act 1, which takes place in the Fractured Peaks area, during the Open Beta weekends. This includes:
- Creating your own characters
- 5 Classes available
- Main quests
- 23 Dungeons
- 23 Side quests
- 3 Strongholds
- 10 Micro Quests
- Local Events
Once you’ve completed the main quest content, you’re free to continue roaming and finish anything you’ve missed or start again and try a different class.
Keep reading to learn everything there is to know about the Diablo 4 Beta, including if there’s a level cap, how many classes there are, how many characters you can make, if progress transfers, and if you can play co-op.
Diablo 4 Beta FAQs
Is There a Level Cap in the Diablo 4 Beta?
Yes, there is a level cap in the Diablo 4 Beta. You will only be able to reach level 25 with any of your characters.
Once you reach level 25, you cannot gain any more experience. This is a drastically lower level cap than the main game, which lets you go all the way up to level 100.
How Many Classes Are Available in the Diablo 4 Beta?
During the Open Beta on March 25 – 27, there will be five classes available. These classes include the Barbarian, Rogue, Sorcerer, Druid, and Necromancer.
There will only be five classes available in the full release of Diablo 4 at launch. So, you will get to experience all of them during the Beta.
How Many Characters Can You Make in the Diablo 4 Beta?
You can make ten different characters per Battle.net account in the Diablo 4 Beta. This will allow you to try out each of the five classes twice.
Once you’ve created the maximum of ten characters, you won’t be able to make any more unless you create a new Battle.net account and sign up for the Beta a second time.
However, you likely won’t need to, as you’ll only have a few days to play the Beta. With each character being able to reach level 25, ten of them should hopefully be enough.
Does Your Progress Transfer After the Beta?
No, sadly none of the progress you make during the Open Beta weekend will carry over to the full release.
This means that you’ll have to start from scratch when Diablo 4 releases later this year. Regardless of what level you got your characters to or how far into the story you reached, all progress will be wiped.
Can You Play the Diablo 4 Beta Co-Op?
Yes, you can play the entire Diablo 4 Open Beta in both online co-op with up to four players or couch co-op with up to two players in split-screen.
However, there are certain requirements you need to follow in order to play Diablo 4’s Beta in co-op mode, which you can read about in our detailed guide.