Diablo 4 Open Beta: Stats Revealed with Mind-Boggling Monster Kill Count and Player Fatalities

The Open Beta for Diablo 4 is over. Still, the results have been tallied, and Blizzard has compiled an interesting round-up of stats that disclose a variety of interesting facts, such as the total number of Monsters that have been killed. The Diablo 4 beta has gone off without a hitch, except for the anticipated overloading of the Diablo 4 servers, which led to many frustrated users.

A significant number of playthroughs of Diablo 4 have already been completed, and the wait for the game’s entire release is drawing to a close. In order to mark the occasion, Blizzard has made public a large number of interesting statistics regarding the beta. These statistics include the total number of hours played, the number of player fatalities, and the total number of enemies defeated.

The beta for Diablo 4 was the “largest” in the series’s existence.

The overall statistics are quite surprising, particularly when one takes into consideration the fact that over 61 million hours were played during the Open Beta, which didn’t last all that long when one stops to think about it.

We discovered that the Sorcerer and the Necromancer were the two classes utilized the most and that players successfully killed The Butcher more than 500,000 times. The fact that players of Diablo 4 managed to rack up close to 30 billion Monster kills throughout the Open Beta has got to be one of the most mind-boggling statistics.

Whether it was the skeletons out in the open or tough opponents in the game’s dungeons, players had plenty of opportunities to defeat Monsters and take advantage of them. We also discovered that the world boss of the beta, Ashava, was not to be trifled with as she was accountable for over 10 million of the total 46 million player deaths. This information was very important to us. Her kill-to-death ratio is quite impressive, considering that she was only killed 100,000 times.

This is just a tiny sample of the available information regarding the overall experience, and to quote the official Diablo Twitter page: “This is just the beginning.” You can expect these statistics to pale in comparison to the heights these numbers will ultimately reach, thanks to split-screen and crossplay when Diablo 4 is finally released on June 6, 2023.

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