Updated: Mar 15, 2023 3:18 pm
Diablo 4 is on it’s way, with a release date set for June 6th 2023. In the meantime however, we’ve got some beta tests in March to be excited about! Diablo 3 was a smash hit, releasing on all the current platforms of 2012, but also including Nintendo Switch in 2018. But is Diablo 4 on Nintendo Switch?
Cutting to it: unfortunately, there’s no sign that the Switch will be experiencing a Diablo 4 release at this moment in time.
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Will Diablo 4 be on Nintendo Switch?
According to Blizzard on their official page, Diablo 4 will not be getting a Switch release. Sorry Nintendo fans!
Despite Nintendo Switch being treated to a late release of Diablo III in 2018, it’s seems as if we will not be getting an initial release to the Switch for Diablo 4. However, there’s always a possibility that a late release may be on the cards, too. Given that six-year gap between Diablo 3’s initial release date and the Switch port, we might just hold out a bit of hope that it could come to Switch down the line.
But, at this given time, we know for sure that Diablo 4 is not going to be on Nintendo Switch at release.
Is Diablo 4 beta on Nintendo Switch?
Usually with beta tests, a small group will at first test the game, before then being opened up to more people.
We’ve got two betas coming our way in March, those who have snapped up a Diablo 4 pre-order will receive Early Access to the Open Beta from March 17–19. On the following weekend, the Open Beta will be available to everyone from March 24–26.
If you’re wondering who’s got access, Blizzard has made sure players on all platforms can enjoy both the Early Access beta and the open beta, as they are available on Windows PC, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, and PlayStation 4.
Is Diablo 4 gender locked?
Diablo 4 Classes are not Gender locked. Players can be a male or female of any class. You can do this in Character Creation.
Will there be more than 5 classes in Diablo 4?
Five playable classes have been announced, but fans are suggesting that a Paladin character may return. The latest Diablo 4 trailer features an army backed by Inarius, marching into Hell with shields bearing the symbol of the Zakarum, the religious organization from Diablo 2. Based on those Zakarum symbols, fans believe it’s likely that Diablo 4 will bring us the return of the Paladins.