Diablo 4 Open Beta: Interactive map shows you dungeons, strongholds, Lilith statues & more
Diablo 4 enters Open Beta this weekend. Then everyone who has not pre-ordered the title can plunge into an area of the game world Sanctuary and fulfill tasks there, slice monsters and team up against the world boss.
Already in the beta you can already numerous things things like digging up strongholds, finding Lilith altars, or tracking down chests. Of course, since the world of Diablo 4 is open-ended, it may involve some searching if you want to find things on your own.
If you don’t have the patience for it or just want to get an overview of the side stuff in the open beta, you can use the interactive map that our Polish colleagues from GamePressure have published.
These points are shown to you on the interactive map
Here you will find numerous points of interest that show you exactly where which activities or locations are. These include, among others:
- fast travel points
- Lilith Altars
- side missions
You can see in the overview that the map already contains the other areas of the game world Sanctuary that are not yet accessible in the beta, which should then be filled with points from the release of the full version in June.
Diablo 4: All information and live ticker for the open beta
Diablo 4 Open Beta runs from March 24 at 5 p.m. German time to March 27 at 9 p.m. German time.
Unlike the Early Access beta a week earlier, you can now join five playable classes go on a monster hunt.
You can choose from the barbarian, huntress, sorceress, necromancer and the druid. You can bring ten characters to level 25 in total, but unfortunately the progress cannot be transferred to the finished game.
Its release is scheduled for June 6th, Diablo 4 will be released for PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, Xbox One and PC.