These minor yet worthwhile updates should set up the next Major Update nicely.
Blizzard will be taking a quick break from their usual Content Update cadence to prepare for the upcoming Major Update, which means this will be the last Content Update for this month. This shouldn’t be too much of an issue since Blizzard added a ton of new content in the current Content Update to keep players busy while they wait for the major update at the end of the month.
Diablo Immortal 1.7.5 is set to release this week, and with it comes new cosmetic options, a brand new limited-time event, the Season 11 Battle Pass, and the return of the popular Fractured Plane event.
We have outlined everything you need to know about the Season 11 Content Update in this guide.
New cosmetic options, Armory Optimizations, Crafting changes, and notification updates have been added to Diablo Immortal in the current Content Update.
Blizzard has added a new Hide Helmet Cosmetic Option that lets players, well, hide their character’s helmet. This change was likely added to give Westmarch Barber changes more value since there’s really no point in visiting the Westmarch Barber if your cosmetic set covers your character’s facial features.
To make Armory navigation more streamlined, Blizzard has now given players the option to fine-tune their Loadouts by allowing players to save specific items to Loadouts and by adding a new Checkbox feature that players can toggle to save specific equipment to a Loadout.
In the last update, Blizzard introduced important changes to Fading Embers and Runes to make Legendary Gem crafting less complicated. Continuing on this theme of simplifying the crafting process in Diablo Immortal, Blizzard has now enabled Legendary Gem crafting with Telluric Pearls through the Apprentice Jeweler.
Other changes include a new Settings menu option to opt out of Helliquary Raid invites until the next reset, a new Hilts Trader Refresh Indicator that updates players when Hilts Trader Stocks have been refreshed, and queue-priority changes to Defend the Vault.
To round things off, Blizzard is set to drop the Season 11 Battle Pass on April 13, featuring pirate-themed cosmetics dubbed Sea Reavers alongside the typical 40 ranks worth of challenges and rewards.
Of course, no new Content Update will be complete without a new Cosmetic Set. So for Season 11, Blizzard pushes their sea/pirate-themed cosmetics through the Contest of Knaves Cosmetic Set. The set will cost 1,000 Eternal Orbs.
There’s no shortage of limited-time events for the Season 11 Content Update in Diablo Immortal; Four limited-time events will be available in-game – two brand new limited-time events in Accursed Secrets and Adventurer’s Path and three recurring limited-time events in Fractured Plane, and Hungering Moon.
Accursed Secrets Limited-time Event
The Accursed Secrets limited-time event is a simple event where you can receive rewards by logging in on specific dates from March 24 to March 30.
The event requires players to be at least Level 20 to participate in the event, where they can collect Rare Crests, a Telluric Pearl, and a Legendary Crest just by logging in.
While the event is active, defeat the Cursed Elite Monsters that spawn daily and collect additional rewards. Players Level 30 and above will also receive a 100% bonus Battle Pass XP while the event is active. Accursed Secrets will run from March 24 through March 30.
Adventurer’s Path, Fractured Plane, and Hungering Moon
Adventurer’s Path requires you to complete various tasks to collect event rewards. The limited-time event features milestone rewards that you can collect after completing a specific number of tasks.
You can get Gold, Enchanted Dust, and Scrap Materials for completing individual tasks, while completing Milestones will net you Legendary Gems, Legendary Crests, Rare Crests, and Telluric Pearls.
Adventurer’s Path will be active from March 8 to March 16 at 2:59 a.m. server time.
Fractured Plane has been one of the more popular limited-time events in Diablo Immortal. The limited-time event puts players in a 15-floor gauntlet gungeon where they face mobs and clear one floor to the next using pre-selected skills and gear that compliments those pre-selected skills.
As you progress through the Fractured Plane, you will collect Legendary Gear of random quality which will vanish after you complete the event. If you can survive through all 15 floors without dying more than 5 times, you can select six out of all the Legendary Gear you have collected in the event and one will be rewarded to you to keep.
Adventurer’s Path runs from March 16, 3 a.m. to April 6, 2:59 a.m. server time.
Hungering Moon has been a staple limited-time event in Diablo Immortal that has appeared in almost every Content Update since the game’s official launch last year.
The event is simple enough: Complete up to three tasks a day to gain Astrolabe power, which will then be used to draw one of two blessings – Blessing of More and Blessing or Might.
The former will give you 50% bonus gold from dungeons or a 10% damage buff while in dungeons and give you 5 Moonslivers. The latter will require you to complete any type of dungeon for Moonslivers. Completing the dungeon will a party will get you 2x more Moonslivers.
You can then exchange Moonslivers for rewards at Hermit’s Collection. If you manage to collect and use 12 blessings, you will get 90 Moonslivers through The Moon’s Regard.
You can also collect Milestone Rewards by amassing a specific amount of Moonslivers.
Hungering Moon runs from March 30, 3 a.m. to April 6, 2:59 a.m. server time.
You can read the full March 6th Content Update Patch Notes and Bug Fixes here.