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Diablo 2: Resurrected - Start server issues and write deletions

Diablo 2: Resurrected – Start server issues and write deletions

From Rhonda Packman
Hack and Slay remake Diablo 2: Resurrection is now live. However, the start of the game was smooth. Several players murmured to the servers. Users in online mode also talk about losing their game progress.

Last night, Blizzard Diablo 2: Resurrected. At the official start Many players accumulated on the server, and they did not last long. Users reported disconnection and other difficulties. Two hours after the release, the developers removed the servers from the network. Maintenance should only take about 30 minutes, but then dragged on for several hours.

In addition to the connectivity issues, there were also difficulties in creating an online game. It has also been reported that some users have removed their online writing improvement. At first, players reported that their characters had been completely deleted or that progress had been completely reset. Apparently this was related to shutting down the server because many of the missing characters were said to have reappeared. For most players, however, some levels of their hero class were lost. Apparently, the blizzard had to turn the server back to its previous state.

Servers should now be available again in all regions. Developers are constantly monitoring performance so they can intervene if needed. In addition, the first fix to help unlock the character has been released.

Diablo 2: Resurrection was released on September 23, 2021 and is available on PC, Xbox Series X | Powered on the S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch. Blizzard announced This game supports Nvidia’s DLSS, But not until shortly after launch.

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