Diablo II: Resurrected Releases First Lost Progress Patch

Blizzard released first update for Diablo II: Resurrected after the game was released. Patch 9.24 fixes a number of minor bugs and a major bug that caused some players to lose their offline character progress.

Source: Blizzard

Source: Blizzard

List of fixes:

  • fixed a bug with incorrect saving of data of characters in offline mode, whose names were the same as those of online characters;
  • fixed a bug that prevented players from creating sessions in their region after joining a session from another region;
  • fixed a bug due to which the rollers could slow down;
  • fixed a bug that caused the game to crash on PC when using a gamepad;
  • fixed a bug that caused the game to crash due to a sound problem.

Developers notedthat they continue to study the problems with the complete disappearance of characters and the blocking of the creation of game lobbies. Blizzard asks to report any such incidents to technical support. The authors are also exploring the possibility of running the updated RPG on processors without support for the AVX instruction set.

At release, players in Diablo II: Resurrected faced server launch issues – characters, lobbies, and friends were missing from the lists. After a few hours, the problem was fixed, and Blizzard later sent the servers for maintenance.

Diablo II: Resurrected is available on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Series S, and Nintendo Switch.

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