The team at Blizzard is continuing to improve the situation created by the large amount of players who are attempting to access the early access beta of Diablo 4 with a release date.
The problem had already been brought to Blizzard's attention since yesterday, practically since the beginning of the early beta access, and the team had already replied that they were working on it. A new update from the Blizzard Community Manager on the official forum appears to confirm that the situation is improving, even if there are still flaws to be fixed.
The team is working on shortening lines and improving server stability over the weekend, due to the fact that there are also many instances of players being disconnected from a game or receiving a false report that the party "doesn't exist."
Among the other problems that have been identified and are currently under investigation is a high usage of RAM and GPU in an unorthodox way in terms of the software's correct functioning, as well as the impossibility, as noted by several users, of joining a group of already-played players.
Blizzard claims to have reduced wait times in queues for the Diablo 4 beta while resolving other issues. In recent days we have seen a trailer that demonstrates the gameplay of the Ultimate Edition.