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Blizzard Entertainment has wrapped up development on Diablo 4 following its “gone gold” announcement. This means that the game development on the launch version has been completed and the studio is kicking off production of the physical discs as well as uploading the game to the various data servers for launch. Along with the good news, Blizzard also detailed some of the graphics features gamers can expect on the PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/S and Xbox One.

According to Diablo producer Rod Fergusson, Diablo 4 will run at 4K 60FPS on both Xbox Series X and PS5. However, the last-gen and Xbox Series S hardware all run at different resolutions.

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The PS4 version of Diablo 4 runs at native 1080p 30FPS. The PS4 Pro runs at 1180p 30FPS. Meanwhile, the Xbox One will run Diablo 4 at 900p 30FPS and the Xbox One X at 1440p 30FPS. At the moment, the graphics modes look like this:

  • PS5 / Xbox Series X – 2160p @ 60FPS
  • Xbox Series S – 1080p @ 60FPS
  • Xbox One X – 1440p @ 30FPS
  • PS4 – 1080p @ 30FPS
  • Xbox One – 900p @ 30fps

In addition to the graphics modes, Fergusson confirmed that there are no loading screens in Diablo 4 when exploring the open world. The only time the game will load is when you boot it up for the first time or enter a dungeon. However, the open world part, which makes up most of the experience, will be entirely seamless.

Diablo 4 is set to launch on 6 June for PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and PC. The game recently hosted its open and closed beta tests which Blizzard used to not only give players a taste of the game but also stress test the servers. Unfortunately, the closed beta did suffer from some nasty server issues for over 12 hours at launch but the open beta was a lot smoother the following weekend.

You can read our hands-on with Diablo 4 here.

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