03/19/2023 at 10:45 a.m. by Julius Kahl – Diablo 4 beta testers expected a bitter disappointment this weekend: the world boss Ashava, which was heavily teased, did not appear. Developer studio Blizzard originally stated that players would have the opportunity to compete against him on March 18 between 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. The performance was then “slightly” delayed.
The beta phase for Diablo 4 is in full swing. Pre-orderers have been able to start the virtual demon hunt since March 17, 2023, everyone else can do it from March 24 to 26, 2023. In advance, Blizzard had already teased a lot of content that players will expect. A key part of the beta is the fight against world boss Ashava, which Blizzard says is “a whirlwind of corruption.” He is said to be equipped with two massive forearm blades and the ability to cover the ground with foul poison.
Diablo 4: Why was the world boss causing problems?
To defeat Ashava, players would need to group together. Then there should be rich booty. The original plan was for world boss Ashava to appear on March 18, 2023 between 6pm and 8pm. Anyone who missed this period had another opportunity the next morning between 6 and 8 a.m. Unfortunately, nothing came of it at first: as it quickly turned out, the world boss Ashava did not spawn on time at 6 p.m.
The action immediately triggered a great deal of mockery in the community. So they sarcastically talked shop about whether the boss was still in the login queue would get stuck or if he didn’t have one Early-Access-Zugang would have bought. Fortunately, a quick fix came. The reason given was simply spawn problems. Ashava finally spawned an hour later and thus at 7 p.m. This Sunday, too, the date was moved to 9 a.m. to finish off the world boss. But then it finally worked.
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