When players reach the Paragon level, which is Diablo 4 Gold less than that of the server, they accrue more amount of experience points. However, it's possible that the system isn't currently helping players get back to speed, so Blizzard will be increasing the amount of experience earned by players significantly lower than their server's Paragon level.
Additionally, Blizzard is looking to increase the rate at which those players earn Legendary sets and other items so that those who have been lapsed are able to increase their Combat Rating and also participate in higher-level content.
"In Immortal's current version it's possible for the player is able to catch up in their experience, but their Combat Rating is still too low for them to participate in many activities," Blizzard notes.
While catch-up system improvements will not be available immediately, other changes are. Players will soon be able to modify the look of their characters. They will also be in a group to take on several Helliquary raid bosses when they come the next big update for Diablo Immortal due on the 14th of December. The update will also contain enhancements in the game's recently added Set crafting system for crafting items, and new story content.
Diablo Immortal is co-developed by China's NetEase games which has been a long-term partner with Blizzard to release games such as World of Warcraft and Overwatch in China. Blizzard recently announced it would end its relationship with NetEase at the end of the year. This could mean multiple Blizzard games being pulled offline within the area. Assistance for Diablo Immortal in China, however, will not end, because the game is covered under the terms of cheap Diablo IV Gold a separate agreement.