Diablo 2: Resurrected patch targets character deletion and game crashes

Blizzard Entertainment has pushed out a patch to attempt and repair Diablo 2: Resurrected’s server and character deletion points. Community supervisor PezRadar posted the patch notes to the game’s discussion board on October 12, earlier than confirming that the replace had made its method to PC final night time (October 13).

The notes are a tad spartan, however they get the job accomplished. The group has made normal enhancements to character deletion to “help users from accidentally deleting their characters”. The devs have additionally made oodles of enhancements to stability and efficiency, like fixing crashes that would happen if you happen to launched the game with no present setting file on PC, or used the legacy toggle after an prolonged play session. The replace additionally introduces stability enhancements within the results system and on game shutdown, alongside different minor crash and stability fixes.

Looking on the game’s subreddit, it appears a number of individuals are nonetheless reporting incidents of game crashes. One participant’s game crashed through the Pandemonium Event after they spent one week grinding for 9 keys to open the three portals.


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