Blizzard Entertainment released the Diablo 2 Resurrected update 1.11 (PlayStation 5 version 1.011) patch earlier this month, which contains yet another set of improvements and bug fixes for the action-RPG title. Continue reading to learn more about the changes that have occurred.
Diablo 2 Resurrected Update 1.11 Patch Notes | Diablo 2 Resurrected Update 1.11 Patch NotesNotes on the Diablo 2 Resurrected Update 1.11 patchA new update for Diablo 2 Resurrected, version 1.011, is now available. Notes on the patch include the following:
Consolas (consoles) are a type of console.
In order to access offline player difficulty scaling, players were required to have a premium account, but this has now been resolved.
a computer running the Windows operating system
As soon as the player moved a certain distance away from the location where the skill was cast, Assassin traps and Sorceress Hydras began teleporting towards them. We were able to resolve the situation.
A bug that prevented players from binding mouse wheel inputs to skills has been fixed. This bug prevented players from binding mouse wheel inputs to skills and Diablo 2 runes pc.
It has been reported that the visual indicator for the difficulty slider has been hacked, and that a patch will be released on Monday, according to Adam Fletcher, Global Community Lead for Diablo 3.
When playing offline games, the Game Difficulty Scale option has been added to the options menu, which performs the same function as the /players debug command. GAMEPLAY In the options menu for offline games, players can now select their own Game Difficulty Scale, which is a welcome addition.
The fact that this slider was not made available on the Switch or Xbox platforms, despite the fact that it was mentioned in the patch notes (via Blizzard forums) as being available, should be noted. As a result, we'll keep an eye out for official patch notes, or if Blizzard provides any additional information on what exactly was released alongside today's update, and will make sure to update this post accordingly.