Diablo IV Beta Access Is Locked Behind A KFC ‘Double Down’ Sandwich

Are you ready to punish your stomach so you can get early access to Diablo IV’s beta? KFC is giving away codes to Blizzard’s upcoming sequel, but only if you buy the weird bunless sandwich.

Thankfully, KFC isn’t making you eat their food to get the Diablo beta. All you have to do is order the Double Down or “any other KFC Sandwich on the app until March 18th to receive early access beta to the fiery & much anticipated Diablo IV.” However, if you were wondering about the nutritional facts behind the meme-worthy menu item, it’s 930-950 calories.

Diablo IV will officially launch on June 6th, and according to PC Mag, the beta will allow the Double Down’s victims to play the complete prologue and Act 1. Thankfully, the beta is open to gamers on nearly every current platform, including PS4, PS5, XBOX One, XBOX Series S|X, and Windows-based PCs.

Here’s the small print you’ll probably be reading on the toilet after subjecting your digestive system to the Double Down:

For a limited time at participating locations. Prices may vary. Early access code exclusively available with purchase of sandwich on KFC.com or the KFC app between 3/8 and 3/18, while supplies last. Offer not available in restaurant or on third-party platforms. Customers will receive a code to the email provided at time of eligible purchase for early beta access to play Diablo IV between 3/17 and 3/19. Limit 1 redemption code per person. Only U.S. orders eligible. © 2023 Blizzard Entertainment, Inc. Diablo and Battle.net are registered trademarks of Blizzard Entertainment, Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.

I was totally unaware that the Double Down was still available. To be fair, I was also under the assumption that KFC was gone, too. I see so few of them these days compared to Popeye’s or Church’s Chicken chains.

[Source: KFC]

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Mike Phalin
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Longtime problematic entertainment journalist. The former workhorse for Dread Central, ScienceFiction.com, and Fanbolt.

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