Diablo 4 too hot to handle, Blizzard fixes server queuing issues

The long wait for players to sign up for the first open beta of Blizzard's Diablo 4 appears to be improving. An ongoing thread on the game's official forums, updated by beta players, suggests that developer Blizzard is making progress in improving server queue times.

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The latest update to the forums notes that Blizzard has implemented some "back-end server hotfixes. Blizzard said". This will effectively improve queue wait times, so players should have a much shorter wait time to get into the game".

The team said it was still tracking another issue that was preventing some of the game's console players from accessing the servers. On Saturday evening, the team released an update for another server hotfix:

This hotfix includes updates to address server stability issues. We are releasing an update to fix and improve queuing issues that have been reported by host players since the launch of Early Access.

The first Diablo 4 Open Beta is scheduled to end at 12pm BST (3pm EST) on Monday, 20 March. The full open beta, which is open to everyone, will begin on 24 March at 9am BST (12pm EST) and end on 27 March at 12pm BST (3pm EST). It will add two player classes (Druid and Necromancer) to the three classes (Barbarian, Ranger and Sorcerer) in the beta.

The full game will be available on 6 June for PC, Microsoft's Xbox One and Xbox One X consoles, and Sony's PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 consoles.

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