- Diablo 2: Resurrected devs have announced that they are working on fixes for the game;
- The title has already received the first small patch, which solves some of the problems;
- We can expect another one on Monday.
The release of Diablo 2: Resurrected didn't go as well as Blizzard would have expected. The game was plagued by many issues, some of which resulted from server overload and others due to simple bugs. Fortunately, the studio has already announced that it's working on patches that will fix the bugs preventing comfortable gameplay.
Community Manager by the handle Hooley assured on the official Blizzard forums that the team responsible for Diablo 2: Resurrected is aware of the existence of the bugs. He mentioned the most common issues such as losing characters, being unable to start the game or join existing lobbies. The studio is also said to be working on fixing a bug that requires players to have an AVX-capable CPU.
Shortly after aforementioned forum post, Blizzard actually published a small update to the game. In the patch notes we can read that the players should no longer have a problem with losing the progress of their characters. Several other bugs have also been eliminated, such as sudden crashes and freezing cutscenes. Unfortunately, AVX issues have not been resolved for the time being. However, Community Manager PezRadar announced that an update that will solve them can be expected on Monday.