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Heroes of The Storm Patch – March 22, 2017

Blizzard have announced that a new patch has been deployed before 20 hours. This patch has been released in order to fix a few bugs in Heroes of the Storm.

The New Heroes of the Storm Patch will take care of some Heroes Abilities and Talents including the User Interface.

Heroes of The Storm Patch - March 22, 2017

Gall, Kharazim and Zeratul are the heroes that are going to get the fixes.

Gall’s Twisting Nether will no longer be able to cast while in Molten Block form right after learning the Shifting Nether talent.

Kharazim receives gets a fix with an issue that could have been causing a slight delay between the Ability casts right after shift-queueing Radiant Dash.

Zeratul’s fix is regarding an issue that was removing all Mana Cost and Cooldown details from Zeratul’s Ability tooltips.

Speaking about the User Interface, Varian’s Twin Blades of Fury Ability description in the Shop is not going to appear truncated if people are using the non-English versions of the game client while their display mode is set to Windowed or Fullscreen.

This patch seems to have brought more party issues within the game and some people are getting kicked out of the game instantly. Other cannot even queue up in any game mode.

After that error, there has been another update that has been pushed seemingly to fix all the party and crash related errors.

The game now runs smoothly and you can start enjoying it again. Tell us your thoughts in the comments down below. Is this HOTS patch makes the game a bit better? Let us know!


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