Blizzard Entertainment’s upcoming “Diablo Immortal” mobile game starts the second closed alpha test for Australian Android users today on April 22.
The closed alpha starts at 5 p.m [PT] and will include much more content than the short test in December. Players can try out the new Crusader class, which is a mid-range hybrid caster/melee class clad that enters the fray clad in impenetrable armor and wielding a vicious flail and holy magic.
Two zones are added to the closed alpha including Mount Zavain and the Frozen Tundra, with players having a level cap of 55. The Cavern of Echoes has been discovered in the Frozen Tundra, where players can hunt for a relic of a long-forgotten age, the Iceburn Tear.
There is also the Cycle of Strife that pits the Immortals against the Shadows who fight for loot and the Eternal Crown. A 48-player raid and 8vs8 Battleground are also added for players fighting for rewards.
A video about the closed alpha test was also released. Wyatt Cheng, the game’s director will introduce the Crusader class and new zones.
“Diablo Immortal” is set to release worldwide sometime in 2021 for Android and iOS devices.