Blizzard has provided an update on Diablo Immortal’s post-launch support as the game’s community grows increasingly restless.
In response to a Diablo Immortal subreddit post titled “WHERE ARE OUR PATCHES OR UPDATES?”, a Blizzard developer replied to the community member requesting an update. “We’ll have our first update here in the next few weeks as we get to the end of the current Battle Pass,” the community leader stated, as he can see in the message below.
However, expectations for this next post should be set accordingly. Developer Blizzard reveals that community members should expect this next post to focus on the Diablo Immortal Battle Pass, as well as various fixes and adjustments planned for the game on mobile and PC.
The developer completes by reminding everyone that “larger game content features” will be free for all Diablo Immortal players. However, at this time, there is no timeline as to when these larger updates might arrive, or even be revealed, as developer Blizzard is simply pointing to the “future” for such announcements.
There’s no question that Diablo Immortal has been a success for Blizzard, despite continued public backlash to the game. It racked up more than 10 million downloads in just a few days earlier this month to become the biggest release in the series’ history, but complaints about its use of predatory microtransactions in particular have been plaguing Diablo Immortal ever since its launch.
However, now, weeks after launch, Diablo Immortal players believe they have a bot problem on their hands. While some bots are simply spamming in-game chat with boost options, others are allegedly hogging farm spots and becoming a real nuisance to players. Blizzard has never commented on bots in the new game, and we’ll have to keep an eye out for any updates related to the issue.
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