More amazing changes are coming to Diablo 3 patch 2.4.3 from Blizzcon 2016 including new zones, new items, improved density, challenge rifts and much more.

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Diablo 3 Patch 2.4.3 patch notes

A mysterious group of Cultists is stirring up trouble! Hunt them down in Adventure Mode to uncover clues that reveal a portal into Tristram’s past, and rediscover the terrifying darkness that took hold of the town so many years ago. The event is only available in January. This will start a few hours before the rest of the event is available on the PTR. (via university herald)

Support has been added for the Corsair Utility Engine (CUE) SDK and Razer peripherals. Supported backlit keyboards will respond to certain in-game situations like Legendary and Set item drops, characters leveling up, and more. Players will need to update their firmware for supported devices to use this feature.

New items have been added to the game. Talisman of Akkhan (Amulet) has been added as a 7th piece of armor. The set’s current bonuses and powers remain the same. This amulet will always roll with Critical Hit Chance in addition to 3 other random affixes. Some existing class-specific Legendary items have been updated to include a unique Legendary power. Existing items will not be affected by the following changes; only new versions of the items will roll with the added Legendary power.

The Cesspools map has been adjusted. Enemy density and overall map size have been reduced. This area can now appear as the starting dungeon in Rifts and Greater Rifts. Monsters should now be more evenly distributed on each floor in Greater Rifts. The size of each floor in a Greater Rift is now more consistent. On average, a rift should take between two and four floors to clear.

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