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Diablo Immortal closed beta - How to join, device specs, content and more

Everything you need to know about the Diablo Immortal closed beta, including device specs required for Android devices, how you can join in, the content available and more.
Despite the initial poor reception when Blizzard announced Diablo Immortal at BlizzCon 2018 with the infamous "don't you guys have phones" comment, the mobile-only ARPG does look great. From the initial alpha phase, Blizzard has continued adding content and now, the Diablo Immortal closed beta has begun. 

Here's everything prospected Nephalem should know about the Diablo Immortal closed beta, from how they can join in the demon-slaying action, to new content including the Necromancer class and long-awaited controller support, as well as the Android device specs required.

How to join Diablo Immortal closed beta

There is no guarantee you will be able to join the Diablo Immortal closed beta. However, players can head on over to the game's official website and click "Pre-register now" for a chance.

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Pre-register for a chance at a Diablo Immortal closed beta spot. (Picture: Blizzard)

The Diablo Immortal closed beta is open to the following regions:

  • Canada
  • Australia
  • South Korea
  • Japan
  • China

This closed beta period is open only for Android users, so check out the next section to learn if your device meets the required specifications.

Diablo Immortal device specs for Android

Blizzard has shared the minimum device specs required for Android users to enjoy the Diablo Immortal closed beta. Check them out below:

  • CPU - Snapdragon 670 / Exynos 8895 and higher
  • GPU - Adreno 615 / Mali-G71 MP20 and higher
  • RAM - 2GB of RAM and higher

Android OS 5.0 (Lollipop) or higher is also required to run the game, so make sure your OS is up to date.

Diablo Immortal closed beta content

While Blizzard continues to expand the content of Diablo Immortal, the closed beta has a highly-anticipated new class to try out...the Necromancer.

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The Necromancer class has arrived! (Picture: Blizzard)

Blizzard explains: "Haunt your foes with the dead, so even the demons of the Burning Hells will feel dread.

Reanimate corpses to protect the living. Curse the damned with baneful skills. Inflict pestilence on the enemy. Alienated and shunned by society, those who underestimate your power are ignorant of their grave mistake. Only your commands echo in eternity."

While the Necromancer is undoubtedly the highlight of the new content, there are also updates to the Cycle of Strife, PvP, PvE, set items, enhanced item drops and more which you can read about via the official blog post.

To be frank, there's a whole lot of content in the Diablo Immortal closed beta but we are most excited about the Necromancer class making its way into the mobile ARPG.

Controller support in Diablo Immortal

A highly-requested feature has made its way into the Diablo Immortal closed beta. Yes, we are talking about controller support, which fans have been asking for since the game's announcement.

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More mobile compatible controller support will be added at launch. (Picture: Blizzard)

Blizzard explains the controller support in the Diablo Immortal closed beta: "We’ve heard players loud and clear and our long-term goal is to provide full controller support for Diablo Immortal. We’re not there yet, and there is more work to do. The Closed Beta will give players an early preview of this functionality."

This early controller support comes with some major caveats:

  • The Closed Beta does not include controller support for UI menus such as inventory, skills, Codex, Paragon, or vendors. You will still need to use the touchscreen to navigate UI screens.
  • Not all controllers are supported. Device compatibility is part of our testing goals during Closed Beta.
  • You may experience some technical difficulties such as controller disconnection.

So there you have it, everything Diablo Immortal fans need to know about the closed beta. Good luck joining in!

 

Don't forget to check out our dedicated Diablo section for guides, news, leaks and much more so that fans of the iconic ARPG franchise stay up to date with the latest information. 

Featured image courtesy of Blizzard.