Today, during a livestream, Blizzard Entertainment provided an overview of the plans for the next Diablo IV update, which will be numbered 1.1.1.
The update will release on August 8, with the full patch notes coming on August 2.
A few days ago, following the controversial launch of update 1.1.0, Blizzard promised that they would reveal the major changes coming with an update earlier to let players provide feedback, and that's exactly what we're getting today.
The developers revealed changes coming to each class, albeit you should keep in mind that they're not final.
We start with Sorcerer, which is getting the biggest slice of tye patch notes pie.
The next round of patch notes is dedicated to the Barbarian.
Next on the menu is the Rogue, which is getting much fewer changes.
Druid is also getting a few changes, albeit not as many as Sorcerer and Barbarian.
Last in line is the Sorcerer, which also gets a smaller round of changes.
Druid companions and Necromancer minions are also getting a small change that'll make them more resilient to damage from certain monsters.
The Caged Heart of Spellbreaking is getting a buff.
Another thing that's getting changed with the update is the density of monsters in Nightmare Dungeons. Below you can see how it's changing in Nostrava Deepwood.
You can watch the full livestream below.
Diablo IV is now available for PC, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, and PlayStation 4.
If you'd like to learn more about the game, you can read our full review of the game, in which our Austin Suther opined that it "delivers exciting and accessible ARPG gameplay, a stunning world and engaging narrative to experience, and so many activities to keep you hooked for hours on end."