Diablo Immortal Patch Notes (June 16 Update)

Get the latest Diablo Immortal patch notes for the most recent patch and all previous updates.

Diablo Immortal is Blizzard Entertainment’s first attempt at bringing the popular Diablo series mobile. The game raked in a staggering 10 million downloads in its first week on the App Store and Google Play, skyrocketing it to the top of the charts. Time will tell if Blizzard consistently pushes out updates for the game. To stay up-to-date with what’s happening, we have a list of Diablo Immortal patch notes below, so you’ll know what’s changed in each update.

Diablo Immortal Patch Notes

Below is a collection of the Diablo Immortal patch notes for all recent updates. Patch notes are taken from the official Blizzard forums and posted here in descending order of date for your convenience. 

Diablo Immortal June 16 2022 Update

Blizzard applied a hotfix yesterday that addresses the volume of spawns in specific areas in Mount Zavain and the Library of Zoltun Kulle.

Samsung Galaxy A13 and A13 5G devices will unfortunately not support Diablo Immortal due to a 32-bit limitation on their Android operating software.

Diablo Immortal June 10 2022 Update

We have applied a fix to some additional devices affected by game startup issues. This is due to chipset + Android 12 compatibility issues that the team discovered once the prior Exynos chipset fixes went out.

Devices in this fix include:

  • Samsung Galaxy A51
  • Samsung M21 (SM-F415F)
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite
  • Samsung M21 2021 Edition
  • Samsung Galaxy M31
  • Samsung Galaxy M31s
  • Samsung Galaxy Note10 Lite

Diablo Immortal June 7 2022 Update

We have applied a fix toward Exynos Chipset devices that could not play Diablo Immortal. You may find these updates on Google Play and ONE Stores.

Google Play Store – v1.4.889758

Diablo Immortal June 6 2022 Update

We will be applying a hotfix around midnight PDT on June 7 to address an issue users are experiencing when moving from Adventurer to Dark Clan.

The first cycle on the server will now require 5 Akeba’s Signets. Future cycles after that will require 30 Akeba’s Signets. It will address the issue players were experiencing when using these to form a Dark Clan and not meeting the requirements.

There is another issue we will tackle in a future patch that requires players to be level 43 or higher in the clan for this conversion to occur. In the meantime, once a clan has 5 or 30 signets, they’ll need to kick everybody lower than level 43 to convert to a dark clan. We apologize for this extra step. We hope the hotfix can help alleviate some of the initial confusion players are experiencing at this time.

Diablo Immortal is free-to-play and available on Google Play, the App Store, and Battle.net.