Note 3: Meanwhile, patch 10.12 for Diablo 2 Resurrected for PC version has also been released. There are big problems on PS5, at least in the EU, where players can no longer start. They are currently working on undoing the patch and installing a new version. The patch changelog is now a bit more comprehensive than it was this morning:
- Character deletion improvements to prevent users from accidentally deleting their characters.
stability and performance
- Fixed a crash that could occur when using the old key after long gaming sessions
- Fixed a crash that could occur when displaying the Korean IGR game time warning (PC only)
- Fixed a crash that could occur after starting a game with no settings file (PC only)
- Fixed a crash that could occur when attaching passive abilities to the react button
- Stability improvements in the effects system
- Improved stability when closing the game
- Translation and translation corrections
- Other minor crash/stability fixes
There is no news on the topic of login problems. In the meantime, the community is busy with funny tweets.
Note 2: You can already guess what is currently happening again. “We are currently investigating reports of login problems,” Blizzard wrote. The following statement was posted around noon, which already gave hope for improvement: “As part of our ongoing investigation into the problems of the past few days, our team will be actively monitoring the situation during key seasons and responding to incidents. This can lead to problems logging in or creating games.”
Note 1: No, there is still no new information about the 10.12 update – but there is information about the PS5. Anyone who thinks the PC-only version of Diablo 2 Resurrected is doing poorly should feel a little sorry for PS5 players, who apparently can no longer log in.
The nerves are in the community around Diablo 2 Resurrected. For several days there were problems logging in or a reset in progress. Now the patch is pending.
D2R: Will patch 10.12 help?
Yesterday in the early afternoon there were connection errors or login issues again, the problem was around 7pm. According to the official representation It had to be fixed. User comments indicate otherwise. This was preceded by a tweet that had not once used the usual word templates. The following statement was released: “Our teams continue to work on immediate and long-term fixes to bring the game back online and ensure its stability. We will post an update as soon as we have more information.” The day ended with: “Today’s problems with logging in and creating the game are fixed. Thank you for your patience and apologies for the inconvenience.”
In the Diablo 2 forum A new update release has also been confirmed. Patch 10.12 for Diablo 2 Resurrected was first released for Xbox and PS4, and a release for PC, Nintendo Switch, and PS5 should follow “soon”. This does not appear to be the case yet. The patch notes are straightforward and only pertain to two areas. There should be “improvements to deleting characters to prevent users from accidentally deleting their characters”. Additionally, there should be “several crash/stability fixes”. It is not yet clear if these bug fixes are intended to end the current drama around the unsatisfactory server condition.
In Twitter comments, in the absence of an official explanation, rumors are also circulating that deceptive exploits may play a role, Like colleagues from computer games report. These have already appeared in beta – DDOS attacks lead to server failures here and runes are clicked during the attack, which are then sold for expensive money on Ebay. It is alleged that several alleged high runes have been introduced in the past few days, due to the oversupply, prices are dropping. This is of course not certain.
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