Patch 2.0.1 will bring in new difficulty settings that offers a more streamlined progression path for the hero in training, said Nevalistis, community team member.The patch brings in cursed events where players can inspect the items that are cursed, and if successful they will be rewarded.
Diablo 3 developer Blizzard Entertainment planned to begin rolling out patch 2.0.1 today, but due to a “hardware issue,” the patch’s release has been delayed temporarily, according to a forum post from the studio.
Patch 2.0.1 began rolling out yesterday, but was temporarily delayed due to a “hardware issue” found during internal testing. The patch went live shortly after. In addition to new events, the patch introduces an updated Paragon leveling system that removes the level cap and allows players to share Paragon levels between heroes. Other major updates include clans and communities, as well as preparation for the launch of the game’s first expansion, Reaper of Souls.
Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls is slated for launch March 25. Blizzard recently announced pre-order bonuses, which include a Diablo 3 aesthetic artifact and a future unlock in the developer’s upcoming multiplayer online battle arena game, Heroes of the Storm.
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