The Diablo 4 patch notes for the second week of the beta are here and offer up a number of changes and fixes to improve the performance of the game and allow you to play more smoothly. However, the proper balance changes and bigger alterations will not arrive until the full game.
With the Diablo 4 release date still a while away, these changes will be a good starting point before we get the launch patch notes in late May or June. So, no matter which of the Diablo 4 classes you are, there will be something in the patch notes to improve your gameplay experience.
Diablo 4 patch notes
The Diablo 4 beta patch notes are as confirmed by Blizzard:
All Platform Bug Fixes
- Fixed an issue with Ashava’s spawn timer. She will now spawn on Saturday March 25th at 10:00am / 12:00pm / 10:00pm PDT and Sunday March 26th at 12:00am PDT.
- Fixed an issue where the queue timer would not display a time despite the player still being in queue.
- Addressed issues that should result in improved queue times.
- Fixed an issue where players would sometimes become blocked during the “In Her Wake” quest.
- Fixed an issue where players were unable to select High Texture Settings with 16GB of RAM.
- Fixed an issue where the UI would incorrectly show completed challenges as “Not Started”.
- Fixed multiple miscellaneous crash related issues.
- Fixed an issue where the second player in couch co-op could not drop in during the game prologue. (Consoles only)
As you can see, there aren’t any major changes here, instead offering small progress-blocking bug fixes or technical improvements. A lot of the major improvements and enhancements will be implemented ahead of the game’s launch and Blizzard should release a blog post detailing what they are.
With these Diablo 4 patch notes, you can prepare to enter Hell once again and face off against the threats or utilise the deep Diablo 4 skill trees for your class of choice. For even more on the game’s beta, be sure to check out the Diablo 4 beta queue times being intentionally long, which Blizzard has said is to let people in.