Diablo 4 will not join Xbox Game Pass

Diablo 4’s public beta will begin on March 24th and will go until March 28th. Pre-ordering players can make use of it one week early, from March 17th to March 19th (also postponed). This game will be available on Windows PC, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4/5 platforms, and it will enable cross-platform online and progress sharing.

The ordinary version of Diablo 4 is currently available for pre-order in Asia for NT$2,219, the digital deluxe version for NT$2,819, and the ultimate version for NT$3,119 in Taiwan dollars. As Microsoft’s $68.7 billion acquisition of Activision Blizzard moves forward, we cannot tell whether the acquisition will be completed successfully.

Many players are eagerly anticipating the inclusion of popular Activision Blizzard titles like the “Call of Duty” series in the XGP membership program. Some people have long thought that Diablo 4, which was launched this year, would be included in Microsoft’s XGP camp, which implies that in the future, there will be no need to spend money to buy the game itself, but such expectations are clearly coming to naught.

Diablo 4’s general manager, Rod Ferguson, has now said unequivocally that “they currently have no plans in this regard.” Of course, we don’t think it’s impossible that Activision Blizzard’s attitude will alter after being acquired by Microsoft. However, it appears that users who want to play the full edition of the game for the first time in June will still need to purchase it.

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