Diablo 2: Resurrected debuted before the weekend, but the start was not perfect. In addition to server issues, players encountered other bugs. Now it turns out that Blizzard has fixed some of the bugs – at least on PC.
A new update has been released on computers that have eliminated the annoying bug with disappearing characters and a record of progress in the game. The error was caused when the heroes had the same name in online and offline play.
Blizzard also ensures that it gradually unlocks access to heroes and accounts that have been blocked as a result of errors. However, the studio warns that the process is still ongoing, and it may take several hours for everyone to regain their charges.
A bug has also been fixed that prevented creating a session in a user’s region after joining an adventure in a different area. In addition, an issue with freezing cutscenes has been fixed.
A bug that caused the game to crash on PC while using a pad has also been eliminated, as well as an audio error that also caused the game to shut down. Soon the patch will hit consoles.
However, Diablo 2: Resurrected still has other issues. For example, Blizzard is still fixing a bug that prevents the title from running on older computers with processors without AVX technology.