Diablo IV two days maintenance timing: When to play, post-credit scene, customization & more
If you were left wanting to play Diablo IV this weekend because of the attacks on Blizzard, we have bad news for you. The RPG of the Year is preparing for two extra maintenance rounds for today and tomorrow. These are the schedules and limitations that the North American study has set.
Without explicitly having a relationship with the issues experienced over the weekend, Blizzard is gearing up for roughly 5-hour sessions of maintenance. Even so, the title will be available to all players, although with a but: there may be server crashes, but you will be able to enter again.
If you want to return to Sanctuary this afternoon (and tomorrow), you should take into account the maintenance schedules that the title will have. Again, you will be able to play during this time, although there is a possibility of service outages and performance issues during the 5-hour sessions:
The confirmed dates are 26th June and 27th June as per USA time line.
On the other hand, the Diablo team may be preparing for the next big patch. A week ago, we were talking about how the game’s “massive” update is already in development, and according to comments from Adam Fletcher, the game’s community head, it’s coming very, very soon.
Diablo 4 has a post-credits scene
One of the best-kept secrets of the new Diablo has to do with his ending. If you want to know more about the outcome of the game, you have to know that it has a post-credits scene, although the players are still revealing how to activate it and if, by any chance, there are more.
Despite these controversies, it seems that within the Blizzard office, they are very happy as Diablo IV has become the fastest-selling game in the company’s history. Furthermore, they also revealed that in just 5 days, Diablo 4 had brought in a devilish amount of money. It is about $666 million, but this figure will be much higher at the moment.
Blizzard Entertainment’s Diablo IV sold almost 14,000 units
One more week where Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom was the best-selling game in Spain in physical format, a position that it has not abandoned since it went on sale, this time with 7,950 units, and already adding a total of 238,000. Of course, the second game was very close, and it was Diablo IV in its PS5 version with 7,500 units. Blizzard Entertainment’s game on Xbox sold 4,000 units (it had been a while since an Xbox game had made it into the top 10), and on PS4 it sold 2,350 units.