A launch for less hellish done little by little

The first improvements were deployed the day after launch, specifically with regards to removing or locking characters. Other stability or performance issues have also been fixed, and Blizzard teams continue to monitor the situation. The path to the underworld is still fraught with technical concerns, such as the difficulty of making room for or joining others to play with. Once again, Blizzard continues to analyze the data it has collected on this topic and is currently working on a permanent solution.

Despite the latest fixes, untimely crashes, or even the inability to launch the game for some reason, are still reported by players. Same story: Blizzard is working hard to improve its stability Diablo II: Resurrected. Other reports still pertain to gameplay issues or more minor bugs. The concerns are deemed less urgent for some reason and Blizzard will return later.

As you must have guessed, Diablo is definitely a primitive monster that is very difficult to defeat. If the more impatient has already bought the game with all the inconveniences, it is safer for the curious to wait for the hellish flames to subside. Diablo always returns sooner or later, and the Sanctuary is in constant need of heroes to defeat him.

as a reminder, Diablo II: Resurrected Starting September 23rd for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | Available on S and Nintendo Switch.

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