Diablo Immortal: August Mini Update Patch Notes

BY John

Last Updated 3 months ago

The first mini update since the recent patch.

Diablo Immortal: August Mini Update Patch Notes

The promised August Mini update for Diablo Immortal is finally out. This time, the Mini update comes packed with multiple limited-time events, the return of Hungering Moon, a new replayable game mode, and a new diabolical cosmetic set.

To round things off, the August Mini update comes with several bug fixes and another set of thirty-six new Legendary Items for all classes in Diablo Immortal.

We go over the August Mini update patch notes in this guide.

Fractured Plane

The exciting new limited-time event, Fractured Plane, throws players into a 15-floor gauntlet filled with powerful enemies. Normally, facing hordes of enemies shouldn’t be a problem, especially if you’re equipped with high-level gear.

But, there’s a catch – in the Fractured Plane limited-time event, players cannot play through the even with your usual items. Instead, players are given a random set of skills relative to their current class, and they have no choice but to use their skills to find Legendary gear and Chaos Coins around the area to help strengthen their character.

Players must also pick up those Chaos Coins as they can use them at the Chaos Broker. The Chaos Coins they collect from the event can be exchanged for new items or Shards of Fortune. Shards of Fortune will, in turn, increase their Fortune Rating and improve their chances of getting better Legendary Items from each floor.

To sweeten the deal, players can keep a random Legendary item they find in the plane if they clear all fifteen floors without dying more than five times.

Free for All Battle Royale – Echo of the Immortal

A new PvP event called the Echo of the Immortal has also been added in the Mini update.

In the Echo of the Immortal event, 15 players will band together to defeat a random player imbued with the power of the Immortal. If the players manage to beat the solo player, the event becomes a free-for-all battle royale where only one player will stand victorious.

The event runs from August 17, 3:00 a.m., to September 14, 3:00 a.m. server time.

Into the Dark Wood

Players can get exciting rewards by completing tasks in the Into the Dark Wood event, which runs from August 17, 3:00 a.m. to August 31, 3:00 a.m. server time.

Players also have a chance to unlock the exclusive Wreath of Blood Portrait Frame.

Hungering Moon

The moon is still hungry for blood as the Hungering Moon event returns for yet another run lasting from August 26, 3:00 a.m., to August 29, 3:00 a.m. server time.

By now, you already know the drill – acquire all seven Blessing and trade them in for a random reward.

Spawn of Damnation Cosmetic Set

Ever wondered where all those dead demon bodies go after completing an Elder Rift run? Blizzard turns them into cosmetic sets made out of demon skin.

For the August Mini update, Blizzard added a demonic-looking skin derived from the flesh of demons – the Spawn of Damnation Cosmetic set.

Players who fancy the Diablo-like set can purchase the cosmetic set from the in-game shop.

Feature Updates

Multiplayer Requirement in High Hell Difficulties Improvement

  • You can now enter a Dungeon or Hidden Lair in Hell with Two or higher difficulties with two, three, or four players. The Dungeon’s Intensity will remain tuned for four players.
  • Completing a Dungeon or Hidden Lair with four players will give you a bonus chest.

Warband Improvements

  • The Codex step of needing a start a Warband Camp has been changed to be – join a Warband.
  • The Hero’s Journey step to submit 10 Warband Chests has been removed.

Class Change Improvement

  • You can now essence transfer onto Reservist Gear after changing your class.

Vault of the Immortal

  • The Raid the Vault event window has been shortened from two hours to one.

Treasure Goblin Improvement

  • Treasure Goblins now have a chance to drop Legendary items. They will also provide more loot in general when defeated.

Thirty-Six New Legendary Items

Another set of Legendary Items makes their way into Diablo Immortal. This time, the Legendary Items focus on crowd control effects, which should open up a world of possibilities in item builds for various classes in Diablo Immortal.

  • Barbarian
    • Armor Caste (Chest)
    • Grinning Effigy (Head)
    • Haughty Behemoth (Pants)
    • The Hewer (Main Hand)
    • Steel Lamprey (Off-Hand)
    • Wreckfall (Shoulders)
  • Crusader
    • Batterhythm (Off-Hand)
    • Flare-to-Mirror (Pants)
    • Hard Censure (Chest)
    • Shining Aster (Shoulders)
    • Suspended Rule (Main Hand)
    • Zerratus Husk (Head)
  • Demon Hunter
    • Clutching Nails (Pants)
    • Decisive Report (Shoulders)
    • Scatter Mask (Head)
    • Spreading Shroud (Chest)
    • The Thud (Off-Hand)
    • War Generosity (Main Hand)
  • Monk
    • Assemble the Wicked Tonfa (Off-Hand)
    • Fleeting Soul Tonfa (Main Hand)
    • Fusing Crown (Head)
    • Pacific Pledge (Chest)
    • Shimmerlinn (Shoulders)
    • Tottering Tower (Pants)
  • Necromancer
    • Abnegation (Shoulders)
    • Drifter’s Fare (Off-Hand)
    • Empty Pit (Pants)
    • Ethereal Boundary (Chest)
    • Inservable Two (Head)
    • Thrash Jaw (Main Hand)
  • Wizard
    • Extraction Harness (Shoulders)
    • Fragments Upon Fragments (Pants)
    • Halestone (Off-Hand)
    • Quiet Downpour (Chest)
    • Shiversent Stare (Head)
    • Staggernick (Main Hand)

You can read about the Mini update patch notes in detail here.