Last week we reported that Blizzard was preparing a new patch for Diablo 3. This new patch would basically bring about several changes to the game, one of which is the added difficulty levels where players can now advance beyond Torment 10. The good news is that players did not have to wait too long for the patch to drop.
Blizzard has announced that Patch 2.4.2 is now live across the platforms that Diablo 3 is available on. Like we said, the patch adds new difficulty levels so players will now be able to try out Torment XI-XIII if they’re interested, or more importantly, if they think that they are geared up enough as obviously the Torment levels are no joke.
In addition to the new difficulty levels, Blizzard has also introduced plenty of class balances across the board, so gamers will need to get used to these changes. Other than that, Blizzard has also included a hotkey that will let users hide the game’s UI which will come in handy when taking screenshots.
Pylons in Nephalem Rifts will also display on the minimap with unique icons, as well as the Menagerist Goblin. If you’re looking for a reason to get back into the game, these updates are pretty substantial and might be worth checking out.