Diablo 4 Beta Feedback Changes

The recent Diablo 4 beta will have given developer Blizzard a lot to think about. During the testing period — which covered the last two weekends — players were encouraged to share any and all feedback with the team. Given that the beta was rather robust in terms of content, it's fair to assume that Blizzard will be taking said feedback quite seriously.

The developer will be addressing all of this "in a couple of weeks", according to general manager Rod Fergusson. "We're going through all of your feedback and will have an update in a couple of weeks about what we heard and what we're addressing. Thanks for helping to test the Beta and your patience as we worked through issues," he writes.

If you played the beta, then you'll probably be interested in hearing what might be changed in the full release (which is still set for the 6th June). Obviously, Diablo 4's going to go through plenty of adjustments once it's actually out, but we're hoping that the beta will be useful for bettering the game's launch.

We really enjoyed the beta, but it did leave us with some slight concerns surrounding things like encounter design, dungeons variety, and character progression. You can read about all of that in our Diablo 4 preview.

Are there any changes you'd like to see in Diablo 4, based on the beta? Provide your own feedback in the comments section below.

[source twitter.com, via gamesradar.com]