Blizzard is addressing a bug in Diablo 2: Resurrected involving

  • While the missing characters bug has been resolved, other issues have created new complications.

    Yesterday's debut of diablo 2 resurrected items for sale was far from flawless. Shortly after it went live, stories of characters vanish began to pour in. Blizzard brought the game offline for "unscheduled maintenance," and everything appeared to be back to normal a couple hours later.

    As it turns out, not quite. Blizzard stated today in an update that it aims to provide a permanent fix for the bug on PC today and on consoles "shortly thereafter." Meanwhile, it recommends that players create distinct names for their online and offline personas, as using the same name for both "is associated with this problem."

    "Additionally, our team is addressing the issue of character lockouts," buy diablo 2 resurrected items community manager Hooley stated. "Many of these characters have already been unlocked. This procedure is expected to take a few hours to finish."

    "We've been evaluating the acts that stopped gamers from creating or joining gaming lobbies. We are actively attempting to resolve these difficulties."

    Additionally, Blizzard is addressing crash flaws and an AVX issue that prevents players from beginning Diablo 2: Resurrected, as well as "observing" a variety of other faults and bugs. A status report on that front will be provided once the larger difficulties outlined above are resolved.

    If you're new to Diablo 2 and haven't encountered any of the aforementioned issues, we can assist you in getting started: We've got an in-depth tutorial to all the Resurrected classes, another to item identification, and a third to clarify what the "gem activated" thing means