The "Diablo III" official game site announced that patch 2.3.0 has been rolled out for PCs in the United States. The latest patch of Blizzard Entertainment offers new features and changes — from the new adventure mode, crafting, bounties to the season journey.
A new zone in "Diablo III," Ruins of Sescheron, which can only be accessed in the adventure mode, was one of the major additions included in the patch. Players would need to go to Act Three, and click the Ruins' way point on the map to enter the new area.
Other than the new set of monsters to fight against, traps and bounties, this "lost barbarian site" is where the players will find the Kanai's cube. AusGamers tipped that players can pay Zoltun Kulle a visit in New Tristram, Hidden Camp, Bastion's Keep Stronghold, or The Survivor's Enclave in Adventure Mode for guidance in obtaining the cube.
Acquiring the new artisan will provide players with new recipes for full item customization. The players will be able to extract legendary power and equip it directly to the character, reforge a legendary item, make upgrades on rare items, convert set items and remove level requirements.
Additional torment levels of up to ten was also included in the "Diablo III " patch 2.3.0. According to GameSpot, players will need to meet the Paragon level requirement for these added torment levels to be accessed.
For example, Torment VII requires a Paragon level of over 100, while Torment VIII requires a Paragon level of over 150. Torment IX requires a Paragon level over 200 and Torment X access requires a Paragon level over 250.
While "Diablo III" patch 2.3.0 is already available in the American region, it's still not accessible in other regions. Battle.net reminded the players that the prompt to download the patch will not appear if it's not yet live in that region.
For those who are in the America home region, the site added that players would not be able to log into Europe or Asia using the Global Play even though the patch 2.3.0 already went live. Players will need to wait until those regions are patched.
"Diablo III" and the "Reaper of Souls" expansion pack are available on PC, while "Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition" is available on PS4 and Xbox One, Gameranx reported.