Blizzard released the patch 1.1.0c Of Diablo 4. This is a minor update that does not bring substantial news, but at least it fixed a defect in the game interface that led players to unintentionally activate the Premium Battle Pass.
For those who don’t know what we’re talking about, in recent days some Diablo 4 players claimed to have activated the Premium Battle Pass by mistake, blaming the game interface. According to their testimonies it was easy to accidentally select this option as when examining the Season interface the cursor was automatically positioned on the activate button. Furthermore, once this command was selected the process was immediate and irreversible. The problem only occurred if a player was in possession of a free unlock of the Premium Pass (one of the Deluxe and Ultimate Edition bonuses) or at least 1,000 silver, but it was annoying in any case.
Blizzard’s solution is as simple as it is effective: it was added a confirmation pop-up, which therefore allows the user to block the operation. Also now the initial cursor position is on the “Seasonal Path” command, which should further reduce unintentional activations and, in general, make navigation easier.
In addition to this, some more and less known bugs, system crashes and stability problems have been fixed.
The Diablo 4 1.1.0c patch notes
Diablo 4 patch notes 1.1.0c are as follows:
Fixed an issue where a skin could only be imbued once into multiple off-hand focuses. Fixed a bug where combining the Husk powers of Dark Dance and Punishing Speed could cause the character to stun themselves. Fixed a bug where the Bleak Season Path reward objective could be repeated by dropping and retrieving the same loot. Fixed an issue where the Werebear and Werewolf fur color was too bright in certain situations. Fixed an issue where the character didn’t move properly with specific controllers. Updated Premium Battle Pass activation with a confirmation screen. The default focus (the button that the controller selects first) in the Battle Pass screen is now the Season Path. Fixed various crashes in the game. Fixed various stability issues. Fixed an interaction with the Husk power of the Swept Winds that caused Cyclone Armor’s automatic procs to ignore its own cooldown. Obtaining or reassigning Seasonal Blessings will now clear merchant repurchase inventory.