Diablo IV fixes PC stutters, balances classes and glyphs, and releases Halsey SUGA video

While the broader player base is still a day away Diablo IV’s Start the game got patches for its biggest and earliest buyers ahead of tomorrow’s full release, fixing some bugs and making some optimizations to the ARPG’s classes.

Yesterday saw a minor patch fixing stuttering on high-end PCs and a bug related to the cash shop language, while the larger patch came over the weekend to adjust classes and Paragon glyphs. Overall, Blizzard is balancing certain synergies to prevent certain builds from withstanding unreasonably high amounts of damage for long periods of time, while enhancing other builds to improve their effectiveness.

Finally, the bonus scaling of Paragon glyphs will be extensively reduced, with certain glyphs being nerfed even more and rare nodes that affect player attack speed being reduced by half. As you’d expect, this portion of the notes is going to be granular, so players will likely want that See the notes for details.

Or don’t and just stare at it Halsey x SUGA x Diablo IV a music video instead.

Activision-Blizzard is considered a controversial games company due to a long line of scandals, including the Blitzchung boycott, mass layoffs, labor disputes, wage inequality, sexual harassment and discrimination lawsuits, federal settlements, executive misconduct, pipeline troubles, chaotic financials, and downfall titles , failed partnerships, widespread illegal union busting, disastrous management, brain drain, botch OW2 PvE, WoW Classic RMT and the still amazing revelation that the CEO threatened to have his assistant assassinated. From 2023, the company will (theoretically) be taken over by Microsoft.


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