The start of the first season of the fantasy role-playing game Diablo IV was overshadowed by the major patch 1.1.0, which outraged the community, but despite the threats, dissatisfied users didn’t dare leave the game. Even vice versa.
Keep in mind that Diablo IV buyers, angry at the 1.1.0 changes, threatened to delete the game afterwards “Who screwed up all the fun” In the patch, however, this does not seem to be the case: with the start of the season, the servers formed “Surprisingly long” queues.
user report massively about long waiting times and endless downloads at the entrance, as well as problems after entering the game: for example invisible walls (see video below) that in many places prevent you from moving around.
Blizzard Entertainment already in the course encountered problems and functions about their solution: “We are seeing surprisingly long queues in Diablo IV. We are investigating and thank you for your patience.”.
Meanwhile, the Reddit forum, where the greatest dissatisfaction with the 1.1.0 patch was observed, is already vigorously joking about the failed exit from the game. “Another boycott has successfully failed. congratulations to all”explained MrFOrzum.
The first season of Diablo IV was called “Season of the Malignant” (Season of the Malignant) – Blizzard reported on the content in early July. To access the content you must create a new character and send him to the seasonal world.
Diablo IV released June 6th on PC (Battle.net), PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and S, with the first season running through October. Already on July 21, the developers will host a stream with answers to player questions about patch 1.1.0.