Let's hope they correct it before their release.
Diablo 4 has relatively little system requirements: according to the developers, the game will have enough 8 gigabytes of RAM and a GeForce GTX 660 video card. Everything isn't quite right, at least with the beta version.
And now for a second story.
GameStar has tested the Diablo 4 beta and found that the RAM requirements are realistic. At low settings, Diablo 4 consumed about 6 gigabytes, while at high settings, it consumed about 8 gigabytes.
The Diablo 4 beta used an average of 7.5 gigabytes of video memory even at low settings (albeit at 4K resolution). When the settings were increased, the beta attempted to use all of the video card's memory.
Players also complain about the excessive video memory consumption. For example, a member of the Diablo 4 subreddit reported that the beta client consumed more than 23 gigabytes of memory on the Radeon RX 7900 XTX graphics card.
Journalists and players are hoping that by the release of Blizzard, they will still be able to optimize the game, and the amount of video memory will decrease. During the beta test, players with a small amount of video memory are advised to turn the settings lower – the difference will not be noticeable anyway.
Diablo 4 will be released on PC and consoles of two generations on June 6, 2023. Diablo 4 will be released on PCs and consoles of two generations on June 6, 2023.
This is an interesting post.