Diablo 4 Immortal Update: Even though Diablo 4 won’t be released for another few months, a new update for Diablo Immortal has arrived to launch the Blizzard mobile/PC game’s 2023 plan.
Following the release of the second significant Diablo Immortal update, Terror’s Tide, in December, the fantasy game is kicking off the new year with a fresh limited-time event.
The update will be released for servers in Europe, Oceania, China, East Asia, and Southeast Asia after Diablo Immortal server maintenance on January 4 from 4-6 pm PT / 7-9 pm ET (that is, January 5 from 12-2 am GMT / 1-3 am CET).
American servers will undergo maintenance on January 5 from 12 to 2 a.m. PT, and 3-5 a.m. ET, 8 to 10 a.m. GMT, and 9 to 11 a.m. CET. From January 5 through 13, at 3 a.m. server time, there will be a Diablo Immortal Rising Damnation event.
Daily chores will be assigned to you, and when you finish them, you’ll receive a variety of materials and cash rewards.
For completing enough tasks throughout the event, there are also bonus rewards, such as a Diablo Immortal Telluric Pearl (used to craft a five-star legendary gem of your choice) and a legendary crest, even though it is only a standard one with a new orange appearance as a result of the Diablo Immortal legendary crest redesign.
Speaking of Diablo Immortal legendary jewels, two standout ones are being changed to maintain consistency in how they respond to player summoning.
Explosive Curse-affected opponents will now take more damage from summoned monsters thanks to the Chip of Stoned Flesh, and critical strikes from your summons will now trigger Seeping Bile’s damage-over-time effects.
Reforge stones will soon be accessible to players without the need to pay using the premium currency, Eternal Orbs. After the update, Yverius, the Westmarch-based supplier of smithing supplies, will sell reforge stones for 1,000 platinum. Additionally, you’ll be able to purchase them straight from the in-game store.
A few minor enhancements to the quality of life are also on the way. First off, looting Aspirant’s Keys and Gems from Iben Fahd’s Sanctum is now automatic. Now that your Warband and Clan members will be informed when you create a Helliquary raid, they can easily join.
Finally, a party leader’s bounty will no longer be kept exclusively for themselves; instead, it will be shared with other party members, unless they already have four active ones in which case they can choose to swap them out for the leader’s bounty.
When it comes to maximizing the potential of your character, our Diablo Immortal tier list and selection of the top Diablo Immortal builds should be of great assistance. While you wait for Diablo 4, check out more of the top PC games that are similar to Diablo.
For the major stories from the previous year, including many high points (and bad points) from Diablo Immortal’s chaotic first few months, see our roundup of gaming news for 2022.
Frequently Asked Questions
Will Diablo Immortal have updates?
According to Blizzard's patch notes, "We are starting 2023 with a smaller Content Update, comprising of a new limited-time event and a range of changes to current game features." "However, the year is just getting started, and we still have plenty of Content Updates and Major Updates in store for you.
Is Diablo Immortal replacing Diablo 4?
Diablo Immortal serves as a bridge between Diablo 2 and Diablo 3 where players must figure out what happened in between these two games. Diablo 4 is the follow-up to Diablo 3, which was released in 2012. Now that the 2023 release date for Diablo 4 has been announced.
Why did Diablo Immortal fail?
Since its release, Diablo Immortal has developed a distasteful image, thanks in no small part to criticism of its purportedly aggressive microtransaction mechanism. Even the game's creators have acknowledged how aggressively it is monetized.
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