Weeks after the launch of Diablo 3, Blizzard Entertainment has launched an update for the exciting game. The new version of Diablo III is aimed at improving the game’s balance and design shortfalls. Since its release players have been complaining that the game has some critical balance and design issues. Now the game developer has come forward with a perfect update, which will make it a fresh experience to play. Indeed, Blizzard promises light touch and slightly better-communicated changes to the game.
“As more and more players begin to perfect their character builds and progress into Diablo III’s higher difficultly levels, some of the most prominent feedback lately has been about game balance and design, and that’s what we’re here to talk about today,” Blizzard says in a blog post. The company admits that it has received a lot of feedbacks regarding the balance failure of the game, especially when it reaches to the higher levels. The new update will be a great solution for the issues, the developer says.
In order to rectify the game-unbalancing power, powers like Boon of Protection, Force Armor and Lingering Fog need immediate hotfix, the company said. Blizzard has promised that other strong powers will no longer be rolled back out of existence in the same fashion. The game developer says that its players should be able to enjoy the excitement of discovering those powerful character builds and, of course, utilizing them as they see fit. “A part of the enjoyment of Diablo is finding those super-strong builds, and we want players to be excited to use something they discovered that feels overpowered,” it says.
As per the company, the target is to tweak the game through various patches to promote a big variety of character builds. It is here all kinds of runes and powers can be utilized by a feasible character. Well, if certain classes are depending hugely on particular skills to go through the game’s top level difficulties, there might be various options for them to enjoy the game further. As a whole, it might be an incredibly new experience for players to enjoy Diablo III after the update, the patch 1.0.2, which has been under work since the game’s official launch a few weeks back.
Blizzard is also set to keep an eye on Inferno difficulty. In this mode, injuries from particular enemies and bosses would have a bit more spikiness than it would like. Of course, here the aim is to defy players without simply slaying them through ludicrous single-hit strikes and to turn fights look more epic and occasionally devastating. The company also plans to observe many gamers that are “attempting Inferno without sufficient gears” and suggests farming better gear in earlier acts to alleviate the complexity, the blog from Blizzard further notes.
“In addition, we’ll be addressing a number of specific game bugs and other issues through future hotfixes and patches. We’re going full steam ahead on the PvP patch, which will also include a number of game changes unrelated to PvP, and we look forward to sharing more about that as we get closer to opening up a PTR, where you’ll be able to test out our changes — and enjoy mercilessly slaughtering one another in the PvP arena,” Blizzard winds up the post exposing its commitment towards its customers.