Diablo 2 Resurrected feature

Diablo 2: Resurrected Update 2.3 released, adds NVIDIA DLSS support, full patch notes

Blizzard has released a brand new patch for Diablo 2: Resurrected, that will update your game’s build to 67314. According to the release notes, Update 2.3 brings numerous gameplay, graphical and accessibility improvements. It also packs numerous bug fixes.

Going into more details, Patch 2.3 adds a Game Difficulty Scale. Moreover, this patch allows players to enable “Force Move,” an option that allows the player to command their character to move to a specific location without targeting monsters. Additionally, it introduces “Quick Cast” and a “Active Skill Bindings” bar.

Update 2.3 also adds a visual indicator to show when a character’s attack misses an opponent in PvP. Furthermore, it improves player summons, and adds support for NVIDIA’s DLSS tech.

As said, this patch also packs numerous bug fixes. For instance, it fixes a crash that could occur if the Act 2 Mercenary uses Jab while transformed with the Delirium Rune Word. It also resolves a rare issue where a player could become stuck in the Join Game state after failing to create an Online game.

As always, Battlenet will download this update the next time you launch its client. Below you can also find its complete changelog.

Diablo 2: Resurrected Update 2.3 Release Notes

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