Blizzard recently had the first Content update for Diablo Immortal put live. In a recent blog entry, the developers are now publishing the Patch Notes – and confirm that the action role-playing game will continue to be expanded with further content in the future. “Our goal is to make Diablo Immortal a game where you can make friends while slaughtering enemies together, and one that you’ll enjoy for years to come,” Blizzard writes. New bosses in the Reliquary of Hell, in-game events and expansions are promised, among other things.
In addition, the creators want to monitor the bot activities in the action role-playing game. In the past few days, reports have accumulated: “We monitor all bot reports and will take disciplinary action if necessary to ensure that these accounts do not negatively affect the gaming experience of our community,” writes Blizzard, calling on players to identify suspicious players report via the in-game tool.
Start of Season 2, new Battle Pass
Since last night the Season 2 of Diablo Immortal (buy now ) live. With a new one Battle Pass more than 40 ranks await you with numerous challenges and rewards, including legendary gems, emblems and Hilt. Additional treasures are available with two paid versions of the Battle Pass. Of the Empowered Battle Pass For example, includes all the rewards from the Free Pass, but also unlocks an upgraded reward path that offers additional rewards at each rank.
At rank 1 you also get the cosmetic weapon Blood Oath, at rank 40 you get the cosmetic armor of the same name. Of the Empowered Collector’s Battle Pass grants you access to all rank rewards and cosmetic items in the Empowered Battle Pass. There is also the Avatar Frame: Bloodsworn, the Cosmetic Portal: Bloodsworn, and rank-up through ten ranks.
This is in the first content update for Diablo Immortal
With the update, the boss enters “Vitaath the Shivering Tod” the ground of evil – aiming to cover Sanctuary in ice. “Clad in frozen wind, this frigid demon pursues her prey on wings of ice. She enjoys nothing more than the moment when her targets can no longer move,” writes Blizzard in the patch notes. You can reach Vitaath via Rayek’s Reliquary in Westmark. The community is already eager about the fierce difficulty level of the new boss discussed.
This is also new Hungering Moon Weekend Event, which runs from July 15 (3 p.m.) to July 18 (3 p.m.). If you meet the moon’s requirements, you will receive moon shards that you can exchange for blessings. At seven blessings, you can exchange them for a random reward.
Another patch at the end of the month
The patch also includes several Bug fixes and optimizations. For example, the logic behind monster spawns has been adjusted so that waiting in one location in Zoltun Kull’s Archives and Mount Zavain with the aim of exploiting the same spawn point over and over again isn’t as effective. There are also customizations for Battlegrounds, Cycle of Conflict, NPCs, and UI. The full patch notes can be found on the Blizzard website. The release of another update is planned for the end of the month. That should, among other things class change enable.