There is no truce. The new version macOS Big Sur 2 beta 11.4 is now in the hands of developers and it does not seem to include too many changes compared to the previous version released a few days ago, except of course the typical bug fixes, troubleshooting and the like.
Apple continues to do its thing in this regard and the beta versions do not stop arriving despite the fact that this time we have had a bit of a mess with the official versions released, the beta versions, etc. The official version of macOS Big Sur 11.3.1 released a couple of days ago by Apple fixes a major security issue, in this case it is a beta version for developers.
In this case, as in previous beta versions released by Apple, there is no data in the description of the beta version released for developers, so we do not know the amount of new features that are added. In this case as in previous occasions we recommend staying away from these beta versions Exclusively for developers on the computers we use every day, since they can compromise the functionality of some tools, applications or the like.
Possibly the big changes in the version of macOS Bic Sur will arrive in the next WWDC June, so let's be patient and see how the Cupertino company amazes us. Hopefully these beta versions actually fix the bugs and don't have to release another version immediately after releasing the final version as has happened with macOS Big Sur 11.3 ...