The launch of Diablo 4 has been packed with great news, criticism and sensations, but also and as is usually unavoidable in this kind of releases, connection problems have been latent since June 6. Having fewer technical issues than Diablo III at the time of its release, Diablo IV has had some disconnect errors that are causing a headache for many.
But we are not facing a normal disconnection error. This specifically affects those players who enjoy the Blizzard title on hardcore difficulty, in which your character dies permanently. This error that has been widely commented by the communityhas caused the progress of many to be in vain after the reconnection after the error.
Diablo IV disconnection issues have been affecting hardcore mode players especially
Director Joe Shely has explained Blizzard’s plan about fixing this huge bug that is by no means a minor glitch in the gaming experience. Admitting that this can be frustrating for many players, Shely has admitted to a number of claims on IGN:
“We already have a mechanism in the game that allows players to escape from boss battles that is very tightly controlled, called the Scroll of Escape. Because it has those checks in terms of being a consumable and being a rare reward, this is the place where we want to add protection against disconnection.
The operation of this object would be as follows: If you log out for any reason while holding one of these scrolls, it will activate even if you couldn’t currently, and will take you back to town.. This is for the moment the first option that Blizzard offers to the disconnection problems especially in the hardcore mode of Diablo IV. In addition, the first major patch for Diablo IV will arrive shortly, fixing 13 pages of bugs and improvements.