Diablo 3 Beta Invites For Another 100,000
Published on Monday, 06 February 2012 12:40
Blizzard’s next entry in their successful Action-RPG Diablo franchise is hot on the list of upcoming game releases for this year. I’m glad to inform some of you that more Beta invites were sent out to 100,000 individuals in North America. Details come from the battle.net blog, where Blizzard also warns to be careful of fake invitations, but also says;
"If you didn’t receive an invite, never fear! We’re going to continue to give away beta invites, so be on the lookout for promotions, contests, and giveaways on our properties as well as at your favorite fansites. We’ll have more information about these global giveaways as well as regional betas in the coming weeks".
Stay tuned, it sounds like Blizzard has got some plans in store in celebration of Diablo 3. Be sure to check out the blog for all the details.
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