Win: 1 of 5 Diablo IV early access codes

The wait is almost over. Diablo IV is only a few short months away and to help with that agonising wait, Blizzard is giving players a chance to dive straight into the depths of hell early with two open beta weekends.

The first of these open beta weekends is early access and kicks off on 18 March 2023. Running until 20 March 2023, this first early-access open beta gives players the prologue and entirety of Act I to play with.

There is a level cap of 25 in place and sadly, your progress won’t carry over to the full game, but you will have the chance to experience the opening hours of Diablo IV in all their glory. You’ll also be able to play co-op during the open beta, including couch co-op on consoles.

Diablo IV Open Beta Giveaway

So, how do you get access to the Diablo IV open beta I hear you ask? Well, thanks to Blizzard, we have 5 early access codes to giveaway! These codes will allow you to access Diablo IV early access on 18-20 March and give you a chance to experience the game before its release in June.

To be in the running, simply answer our simple question in 25 words or less in the competition widget below;

“What are you most excited about in Diablo IV and why?”

Diablo IV Early Access Giveaway

Our panel of judges will select the best 5 entries and those lucky fans will receive an early access open beta code for Diablo IV on PC. For our competition terms and conditions, head here.

Diablo IV is heading to PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X on 6 June 2023 and the open beta weekends take place on 18-20 March 2023 and 25-27 March 2023.

Leo Stevenson
Leo Stevenson
I've been playing games for the past 27 years and have been writing for almost as long. Combining two passions in the way I'm able is a true privilege. PowerUp! is a labour of love and one I am so excited to share.

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