Various characters and armor are shown in a Diablo 4 screen.
Screenshot by Dot Esports

When is Diablo 4 season 4’s release date?

On to the next one.

With Diablo 4‘s ongoing season, Season of the Construct, inching toward its finishing line, players are eagerly anticipating the game’s fourth season and all the promised new content with it. Here’s when Diablo 4’s season four is slated for release.

Recommended Videos

When does Diablo 4 season four release?

Malphas boss from Diablo 4 season three, Season of the Construct
It’s delayed. Image via Activision Blizzard

Diablo 4 season four is currently scheduled for release on May 14, 2024. Blizzard Entertainment confirmed season four’s release date in the March edition of its Campfire Chat series, alongside announcing that season three will be extended to May 14.

Season four was initially slated for release on April 16, but Blizzard delayed it for a crucial developmental reason. As revealed by Diablo community lead Adam Fletcher in the latest Campfire Chat, the Public Test Realm (PTR) for season four won’t be releasing until April 2 and the team wanted to absorb the feedback from it before launching the new season. With the PTR ending on April 9, May seemed to be the best time to release season four.

Well, good things are worth waiting for and Diablo 4’s season four is definitely going to be one of the game’s biggest updates yet. From faster XP gains and leveling up, to huge itemization changes and new endgame dungeons, players have a lot to look forward to in the upcoming season. In fact, Blizzard’s dedication to fixing Diablo 4’s highly reported gaps has left the community smitten already.

We definitely want season four to be as perfect as possible, and Blizzard’s focus on community feedback instead of hurrying the launch helps with that. Until then, Season of the Construct should keep you entertained.

Dot Esports is supported by our audience. When you purchase through links on our site, we may earn a small affiliate commission. Learn more about our Affiliate Policy
Image of Scott Robertson
Scott Robertson
VALORANT lead staff writer, also covering CS:GO, FPS games, other titles, and the wider esports industry. Watching and writing esports since 2014. Previously wrote for Dexerto, Upcomer, Splyce, and somehow MySpace. Jack of all games, master of none.
Image of Sharmila Ganguly
Sharmila Ganguly
Freelance Writer at Dot Esports. An enthusiastic gamer who bumped into the intricacies of video game journalism in 2021 and has been hustling ever since. Obsessed with first-person shooter titles, especially VALORANT. Contact: