Beta testing has begun for World of Warcraft: Dragonflight, and many players are getting to see (or experience) a small preview of what the upcoming expansion has in store for us.
The next expansion for World of Warcraft is taking us to the Dragon Isles. Dragonflight is going to bring a lot of exciting changes to the game, including the new Dracthyr Evoker hero class, the return of talent trees, a revamped professions system, and the new dragonriding system that lets us soar over the Dragon Isles.
Now that Dragonflight has officially entered the beta phase of testing, players have the ability to copy their characters from live servers onto the beta development servers.
Even though we now know Overwatch 2's PVP mode is launching on October 4, the beta test is still a hot ticket. The next round of PVP beta testing started today, June 28, 2022, but you'll still have to sign up to have the opportunity to jump in to the game early.
Blizzard has announced its new mobile action strategy title Warcraft Arclight Rumble, and as with every new release by Blizzard, the question on everyone's mind right now is how can they can sign up to get early access through the beta.
The Overwatch team and game director Aaron Keller announced today that Overwatch 2 is moving into the testing phase, with the PVP modes being tested first and the PVE mode will come later.
We know that people who pre-order Diablo 2: Resurrected will get early access to the open beta for the game.
There's a lot of excitement for the forthcoming Diablo 2: Resurrected, a complete remaster of the classic game for PCs and consoles by Vicarious Visions.
Beta tests have become alpha tests have become technical alpha tests — but do the names even matter?
We know that Diablo 2: Resurrected is getting a tech alpha soon, where testers will get to play it, stream it, and talk about it.
The Burning Crusade Classic beta test has begun, so it's a good time to sign up to be a beta tester (or verify that you're signed up) so you can check the game out early.