03/19/2023 at 12:30 p.m. by Valentin Sattler – The developers of Diablo 4 have released a hotfix that fixes problems with the servers and queues. Apparently, the update can also lead to new stutters.
Although Diablo 4 will not be released until June, some players can already enjoy the new hack and slash adventure. A pre-beta has been running since Friday and until today before all players can finally try Blizzard’s new work next weekend. It is already clear that the developers still have a lot to do before the launch. Because Diablo 4 is struggling with some technical problems.
Less problems, more problems
Appropriately, Blizzard released a first hotfix today to improve the pre-beta. Specifically, the developers say that console players should now have fewer problems with the queue. Server stability has also been reportedly improved.
Actually found in the Comments some reports, according to which users have significantly fewer problems with the servers after the hotfix than before. In some places, however, something has apparently also changed outside of the server infrastructure, because at least one user complains that he suddenly has to struggle with stuttering after the hotfix. The update would have solved some problems, but also brought new ones to light elsewhere.
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Additionally, there are several complaints in the comments about freezes and the other known stability and performance issues. In this regard, the developers will hopefully work on updates in the coming week so that the open beta runs a little more smoothly. Otherwise, there should be enough time at least until the game is released so that the launch of Diablo 4 (buy now €79.99) will hopefully take place with sophisticated technology.
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