Diablo 2 Resurrected feature

Diablo II: Resurrected Patch 2.4 releases tomorrow, brings numerous tweaks & fixes

Blizzard has announced that the upcoming Patch 2.4 PTR will go live tomorrow. According to the team, this new update brings numerous fixes and tweaks to the game. Furthermore, it will introduce a new Ladder system.

As Blizzard noted:

“The Diablo II: Resurrected Ladder launch represents an optional ranked competitive system of the game through a series of modes available to select from with a fresh Ladder-specific character(s). Each mode will have their own leaderboard where players compete to strategically gain experience within a limited timeframe while having access to Ladder-specific content. When the Ladder season ends, leaderboard rankings will reset, transitioning characters to non-ladder mode, giving players an opportunity to store their hard-earned treasured loot as a new Ladder season awaits them.”

Update 2.4 PTR will also address some performance and graphical issues. For instance, it add a VFX quality option for PC players. It will also optimize inventory quick-move actions to reduce delay.

Moreover, this patch will further enhance NVIDIA’s DLSS. Going into more details, it will fix artifacting that could occur on certain VFX when using DLSS. It will also fix a DLSS-related ghosting artifact that could occur on moving objects while the game camera is stationary.

You can find the complete list of changes, balance tweaks, enhancements and fixes for Patch 2.4 PTR here.

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