Diablo Immortal Season 2 Begins on July 7

The first post-launch content update is here.

Diablo Immortal released on June 2 for iOS, Android, and PC, and despite the criticism, it’s been a wildly popular game. Today, Blizzard announced that the first new content drop since launch is right around the corner. Here’s everything we know about the Diablo Immortal Season 2 update.

When Does Diablo Immortal Season 2 Start?

Diablo Immortal Season 2 begins on July 7 at 3 a.m. server time. 

Diablo Immortal Season 2 Battle Pass

The Diablo Immortal Season 2 Battle Pass is called Bloodsworn, and like the first Battle Pass, it features multiple tracks of Free and Empowered rewards. Bloodsworn hosts 40 ranks worth of challenges and rewards, including Legendary Gems, Crests, Hilts, and much more.

As mentioned, adventurers can upgrade their Battle Pass to receive even more rewards with the Empowered Battle Pass and the Collector’s Empowered Battle Pass.

The Empowered Battle Pass includes all rewards from the free standard Battle Pass and an Empowered track that gives another set of rewards for each rank. Items of note include the Bloodsworn Weapon Cosmetics (rank 1) and the thorn-covered Bloodsworm Armor (rank 40).

The Collector’s Battle Pass includes all rewards that the Empowered Battle Pass offers, plus a Bloodsworn Avatar Frame, Portal skin, and a ten-rank boost. 

Diablo Immortal Season 2 Battle Pass
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The Diablo Immortal Season 2 Battle Pass ends on August 4 at 3 a.m. server time.

New Helliquary Raid Boss: Vitaath

We’ve already covered the Vitaath raid, as it was introduced into the game over the past weekend. For players who have not yet experienced it, Vitaath the Shivering Death is a new Helliquary raid boss that high-end players can raid to unlock more Helliquary rewards. The difficulty 1 Vitaath raid recommends a Combat Rating of 2000, and the two increasingly challenging difficulties, like Lassal, require higher CR. 

Diablo Immortal: Vitaath the Shivering Death Joins Helliquary Raids

Hungering Moon Weekend

The first in-game Diablo Immortal event was also announced: the Hungering Moon. Fulfill the moon’s demands to earn Moonslivers, which can be traded in for Blessings. Seven Blessings can be exchanged for random rewards. The Hungering Moon event starts on July 15 at 3 a.m. and ends on July 18 at 3 a.m. server time.

Upcoming Changes

As Blizzard is collecting feedback about Diablo Immortal, they announced the Class Change option, and other additional new content is coming to the game. They will provide more details later this month.

Diablo Immortal Season 2 Balance Changes

Two classes are seeing changes: the Wizard and the Monk.

Wizard Changes

  • Arcane Wind
    • Damage increased from 54, 72(fully charged) to 60, 80(fully charged)
    • Range increased from 3.3, 5.5(fully charged) to 4.5, 6.5(fully charged)
  • Arcane Wind Legendary: Syldra’s Fang
    • Damage increased from 57.6 to 60
    • Range increased from 5.5 to 6.5
  • Lightning Nova (also affects Legendary affixes):
    • Damage increased from 25.2 to 34.7
    • Multi-hit Damage increased from 70% to 75%

Monk Changes

  • Exploding Palm
    • Damage (non-Explosion) increased from 17.5 to 25
    • Range chagned from 3.5 (90-degree angle) to 3*4.5 (rectangle)
  • Exploding Palm Legendary: Scolding Storm
    • Damage (non-Explosion) increased from 17.5 to 25
    • Range changed from 3.5 (90-degree angle) to 3*4.5 (rectangle)
  • Exploding Palm Legendary: Path of the Present
    • Damage (non-Explosion) increased from 19.32 to 25
  • Exploding Palm Legendary: Reaching Rebuke
    • Damage (non-Explosion) increased from 19.8 to 25

There’s also a long list of bug fixes, which can be viewed on the official Blizzard blog post.

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