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An exploit involving the Legendary item Bone Ringer was recently discovered and as a result, Blizzard has temporarily disabled its Legendary power until a hotfix goes live and corrects the issue.
We recently investigated reports of an issue involving Bone Ringer. As a result, we will be temporarily disabling the item’s Legendary power until a hotfix can be prepared to correct the issue. We will update this thread once the hotfix is live.
Special thanks to the players who reported this, and to everyone for their patience as we work on a fix.
Blizzard fixed an issue with the crafting recipe for Wirt's Leg, which is available from the anniversary event. Using the recipe will correctly produce a Legendary item which yields a unique material when salvaged.
The portal to Old Tristram is now open and the event ends January 30. Don't forget to check out Deadset's detailed anniversary guide.
We recently hotfixed a bug affecting the crafting recipe for Wirt's Leg. With this change, using the recipe will correctly produce a Legendary (rather than Magic) item which yields a unique material when salvaged. Old versions of the item will salvage into Arcane Dust instead.
If you’ve already given the Wirt’s Leg recipe to Haedrig, it will still appear to be a Magic item in your crafting list, but crafting a new one will yield a Legendary item as intended.
Thanks for your patience while we investigated this issue!
Diablo's anniversary marks the return of the Darkening of Tristram event. Earn unique transmogrification effects, achievements, portraits, pets, and more.
The Darkening of Tristram will be available from January 1 through January 30.
The portal to Old Tristram will open on January 4.
Saw the confusion pop up and wanted to hop in to reaffirm this! Apologies for not reiterating this information in the blog; we'll get that updated as soon as the rest of us are back in office.
Again, just to be clear: only the pre-cursor event (roaming cultists in Adventure Mode) is currently available. The portal to Old Tristram will open on January 4th. Don't forget to check out Deadset's Complete Anniversary Guide for more details about the event.
Diablo’s anniversary is right around the corner, along with the Darkening of Tristram event! Whether you’re a series veteran craving nostalgia, or a newcomer hungry for your first taste of the franchise’s past, this loving homage to the earliest days of Diablo is for you.
Read on for more, including a closer look at the anniversary dungeon and its unique rewards.
Stop the Cultists
Your journey begins on the trail of a group of mysterious cultists causing trouble in Sanctuary. As you hunt them down in Adventure Mode, you’ll uncover clues leading to a portal into Tristram’s past, and the terrifying darkness that took hold of the town so many years ago. . . .
Explore the Cathedral
Follow the clues and you’ll soon find yourself in a realm of glorious RetroVision™, where an all-too-familiar cathedral looms. Explore the depths and you’ll discover familiar enemies and iconic items, all brought to life in the Diablo III engine. Meanwhile, deep beneath the catacombs, the Dark Lord himself awaits any intrepid adventurer who dares to challenge him. . . .
Discover Precious Loot
What is a Diablo game without shiny new loot to call your own? Completing activities in the anniversary event yields unique transmogrification effects, achievements, portraits, pets, and more.
While some rewards are easy to find, others may have you scouring every nook or unlocking every achievement before you can get your hands on them. Can you earn them all? There’s only one way to find out!
Your Journey Begins…
Exclusive rewards and challenging enemies await you, but they won’t last forever! The anniversary event begins January 1 at midnight PST and ends January 30 at the same time. Enter the dungeon, reap your rewards, and survive the evils within—or die in the process, never to be heard from again. . . .
Save up to 50% off Diablo III on all platforms during the holidays!
The ongoing PC/MAC sale ends January 2. The offer is available to console players through January 8-9. If you're a World of Warcraft player, don't forget to check out the latest holiday sale!
There’s something in the air this time of year, and we think we know what it is: fire and brimstone! Give your dearest friends the gift of demon-slaying with savings of up to 50% on Diablo III on select platforms.
Sale begins December 20 and ends January 2:
Diablo III ($9.99) Diablo III: Reaper of Souls ($9.99) Diablo III: Battle Chest ($19.99) Rise of the Necromancer ($9.99) PlayStation 4
PlayStation 4 sale begins January 2 and ends January 9:
Diablo III: Eternal Collection ($35.99) Rise of the Necromancer ($11.49) Xbox One
Xbox One sale begins January 2 and ends January 8:
Diablo III: Eternal Collection ($29.99 w/ Xbox Gold Subscription) Rise of the Necromancer ($9.74 w/ Xbox Gold Subscription) Xbox 360
Xbox 360 sale begins January 2 and ends January 8:
Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition ($15.99 w/ Xbox Gold Subscription) These deals are only available for a limited time, so head on over to the Blizzard store or your preferred digital sales front for more information. Happy Hellidays!
A new hotfix patch is now live. Players with 32-bit clients should no longer have any issues while joining parties, invites will no longer result in a string error, and more.
General Fixed an issue that caused players with 32-bit clients to have trouble joining parties (12/11) Fixed an issue where occasionally a party invite would result in a string error (12/11) Fixed an issue where the right-click context menu in the Social pane occasionally disappeared (12/11) For more information about Patch 2.6.1 and Season 12, don't forget to check out Deadset's Guide Compendium.