Yes, the game has been soft-launched in this country only and lucky owners of a compatible phone (be prepared to…
IT IS POSSIBLE TO PLAY DIABLO IMMORTALPublished on
Diablo Immortal, everyone is waiting for it, and especially for the turn. But after the last technical alpha in January, the feedback was quite positive, and it made some people wonder if this Blizzard title could be a full-fledged episode and not a free-to-play/pay-to-win cash cow.
To dispel these doubts, the best thing to do is to try it. But here’s the thing: access to the beta is not yet open and only a few privileged people had the chance to break some demons during the last alpha on Android.
Fortunately, Blizzard has launched a new technical alpha test phase today in Australia from the Play Store. And surprise, all it takes is a little manipulation to be able to download the 4.5 GB of the game and start the adventure, at least in the perimeter established by the publisher.
5 classes are playable (Barbarian, Demon Hunter, Monk, Wizard and Crusader) and new areas have been added compared to the previous test.
Diablo Immortal is in English for now, but a full localization should be launched at the same time as the global release.
HOW TO INSTALL DIABLO IMMORTAL EARLY ON ANDROID?
To install the game, all you need is a VPN, a good connection, and a little luck, as spots are limited.
First of all, you need 2 Google accounts: The main one and a second one, which will be used to bypass the regional restriction rules.
Then, launch Google Play and close it immediately. In the settings section, choose Google Play and terminate its activity. Then, in “Storage”, empty the cache.
Now open your VPN and connect to Australia.
Then launch Google Play. Switch from your primary account to your secondary account.
Search for Diablo Immortal in Google Play.
You will arrive at the store page, which shows early access. Install the app.
Keep the VPN connected in Australia and download the 4.5GB of data to access the launch screen.
And there you have it. With a little luck, you’ll be able to launch Diablo Immortal and complete the first quests, pick up equipment and level up.
Here are some images of the beginning, just to make your mouth water…
See you soon on the Australian servers of Diablo Immortal.
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