A major Diablo 4 patch 1.2.1 will be released across all platforms this Tuesday, and Blizzard has re-enabled player trading within the game.
Last week, the Diablo 4 team disabled trading after an item and gold duplication exploit was discovered. Luckily, after several days, this issue has been resolved and trading in Season 2 has been opened up again. “Player trading functionality has been re-enabled”, Blizzard wrote on the official Diablo support forums. “We will continue to monitor player posts to ensure all is well with trading.”
As for this week’s new patch, this new update includes bug fixes and gameplay updates aplenty. One of these gameplay updates includes the option to refund all Paragoin points at once, making it easier to respec. “Players communicated that reworking all or most of their Paragon Points was a common occurrence”, Blizzard explains. “We’ve added this button to make it easier to do big respecs, along with the increases to Gold income from Whispers in Season of Blood.”
Also included with this new update is a Training Dummy which allows players to test their skills against either one attacking dummy or a small group of dummies. “Players can test their mettle against a new inanimate and un-killable foe—the Training Dummy!”, the patch notes read. “The dummy is located in an underground room, the entrance can be found in Kyovashad. The training room contains a stash and the Training Dummy. Players can choose between attacking one Training Dummy or a small group of them, and dictate whether each Training Dummy is of Normal, Elite, or Boss monster difficulty.”
As said, this new patch includes numerous bug fixes, including Quest fixes, Season of Blood-specific fixes, UI changes, changes to dungeons and events, and gameplay fixes. We highly suggest reading the full patch notes on Blizzard’s official website here.
Diablo 4 is available worldwide now for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC.