Blizzard continues to chain updates in Diablo 4, but unfortunately, a big problem persists in the game and players are fed up.
Diablo 4 is set to keep fans busy for a very long time. Unfortunately, the hack’n slash didn’t quite measure up when it released its first season. All hasn’t been perfect in Diablo 4 ever since, and players are quick to let it know when they’re unhappy. The public rumble has finally been heard, Blizzard has deployed patch 1.1.1 supposed to save season 1. The problem is that Blizzard will still have work to do because of a particularly annoying bug that has been around for too long.
A big problem persists in Diablo 4
Even though patch 1.1.1 fixes many pitfalls of Season 1, players still experience some miseries in Diablo 4. When it comes to a bug that simply prevents progress in a quest, there is what to be frustrated. This is what is currently happening to the mission ” against fate “. It’s been several weeks that the complaints are linked, because it is not possible to finish this quest.
Indeed, after completing the cannibals’ landmark as planned, the mission cannot be validated. Unfortunately, we will have to wait for the Diablo 4 update 1.1.2 to fix the problem, as Adam Fletcher, the director of communication of Blizzard, announces on X. He does not give a release date for the expected patch, but just says it’s coming soon. Remember that the Diablo 4 patch 1.1.1 already available also improves the Sorcerer and Barbarian classes, which had considerably lost their luster due to previous updates.
Blizzard in full operation seduction?
While the improvements to these two popular classes have been well received, Blizzard still has work to do to fix what it broke. It will still be necessary for the developers to make a good effort to ensure that Diablo 4 season 1 completely meets the expectations of the players. Perhaps by regularly offering free content as was the case recently, Blizzard is trying to smooth things over and reconcile with its community.
In any case, if it seems quite logical that the players leave nothing to the studio, they too are taken back when necessary. Indeed, Blizzard recently decided to ban several players who exploited a loophole to transfer their character from the Eternal Realm to the Seasonal Realm.