Published on April 18th, 2023 | by Andrew Bistak

Diablo IV Officially Goes Gold

Greetings friends, adventurers, and devotees of the Blessed Mother,

With just over a month before the game’s launch on 6 June, 2023, Diablo IV has officially reached gold status! The highly anticipated game is the fourth instalment in the genre-defining series, bringing the dark world of Sanctuary to players once more.

“Going gold is a landmark milestone for the incredible Diablo IV team, who have all worked so hard crafting the next-generation instalment of this iconic franchise. This is a concrete, meaningful step toward our 6 June launch” said Rod Fergusson, general manager of Diablo. “Whether players are veterans of the franchise or jumping in for the first time, we can’t wait for everyone to experience the full game: taking part in the incredible storytelling, experimenting with character classes and builds, and exploring what the endgame and the dark world of Sanctuary has to offer.”

“Going Gold” is the videogame industry term for announcing when the development on the game’s launch build is finished, meaning this live service game has made an important step in shipping to players worldwide. In Diablo IV, players can join the fight to save the dark and gothic world of Sanctuary from the Blessed Mother Lilith, battling demonic hordes on monsters along the way.


  • Play Your Way: Players have more options than ever before to create the character fantasy they want, choosing from five different character classes, a litany of cosmetics and skills, and whichever path they want to take through the world.
  • Open World Gameplay: Complete with a full story campaign, 120+ dungeons, dozens of side quests, world bosses, and tons of land to explore.
  • New Endgame Systems: Players can continue to grow and test their skills in the endgame through massive paragon boards, PvP zones, Nightmare Dungeons and Helltides, and the Tree of Whispers.

About the Author

When he's not trying to save the world, Andrew enjoys travel (although loathes turbulence), going to the movies, reading and being a dad to his two dogs (and now twins) with his wife.

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