The American company Blizzard has presented patch 1.13 for Diablo IV. All updates can be found on the developer’s website.

The company has made changes to monster skills and properties of special elites that impose control effects. Blizzard has also fixed some bugs in the game.

One of the changes concerns special elites with the Cold Effect, which can quickly perform multiple attacks. After the update, their ability will no longer be triggered with every hit. In addition, the effectiveness of numbing from spider attacks has decreased in the game and the duration of the stun effect from Nangari’s snake eyes has been reduced from 1.5 seconds to 1.25 seconds.

These and other changes will affect the frequency with which monsters can knock players down. The company is implementing them so that players spend less time under the influence of control effects and have more time to recover, especially at high world levels.

The game was released in early June and immediately set a number of records. For example, Diablo IV became Blizzard Entertainment’s most successful game in terms of sales dynamics, setting a record for pre-orders on both PC and consoles.