Diablo II Resurrected is official, first trailer and information

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Diablo II, one of the most acclaimed PC titles in gaming history is finally back… and the Underworld has never looked so good. Today, Blizzard Entertainment revealed Diablo II: Resurrectedthe definitive remastering of Diablo II and its expansion Lord of Destruction, two cornerstones of the company’s iconic action RPG series.

Diablo II has been described by Time magazine as “arguably the best RPG of all time, as well as the best dungeon crawler of all time and the best PC game of all time.”* Diablo II: Resurrected welcomes veteran heroes back and invites a new generation of gamers to experience its dark story, loot loot and experience visceral “hack-and-slash” gameplay with revamped graphics that take full advantage of new hardware.

Diablo II: Resurrected takes sprite-based 2D models and brings them into the present with full 3D physical rendering, dynamic lighting, and redesigned animations and magic effects, all in stunning 4K resolution. All 27 minutes of the game’s classic cutscenes, narrating the journey of the mysterious Dark Wanderer, have been remade from scratch. Sanctuary’s grim sounds and memorable soundtrack have also been reworked to support Dolby Surround 7.1 audio. With these enhancements to the game’s audio and video compartments, Diablo II: Resurrected will once again showcase the depth of gameplay and distinctive design that has continued to entertain players around the world to this day.

“Diablo II was a pivotal game for Blizzard and millions of players around the world. With Diablo II: Resurrected, we’re delighted to be bringing this classic back to PC and console as well, including cross-platform progression, so players can relive those memories or experience the timeless Diablo II gameplay for the first time on the platform. they prefer, ”said J. Allen Brack, president of Blizzard Entertainment. “With the new high-resolution audio and video in Diablo II: Resurrected, the game is as fun and engaging today as it was twenty years ago.”

Those who prefer a more nostalgic experience can switch between modern and original graphics at any time with just the push of a button. Diablo II: Resurrected may seem like a new game, but its features, mechanics and peculiarities are completely intact, and some general improvements requested by many players have been implemented, such as that of the Shared Chest.

Diablo II: Resurrected includes seven highly customizable classes to choose from: Amazon, Barbarian, Necromancer, Paladin and Enchantress are part of the base game, while Assassin and Druid have been added with the Lord of Destruction expansion. Players will be able to customize their character by selecting skills and talents, crafting items and setting gems in them, collecting entire sets of armor, obtaining unique weapons and armor, creating combinations of runic words and much more.

Diablo II: Resurrected is a complete package that contains a myriad of adventures and will take players to the deadly world of Sanctuary, where they will face Diablo, the Lord of Terror, and the forces of the Underworld through the four gripping Acts of the original Diablo II campaign. They will meet their beloved mentor and scholar Deckard Cain, fight alongside Archangel Tyrael and meet other characters who have become an indelible part of video game history. This edition also includes all of the content from the Lord of Destruction expansion, with the continuation of the journey in Act V, where players will bravely face the dangers of Mount Arreat before attempting to defeat Baal, the eponymous Lord of Destruction.

Developed by Blizzard Entertainment and in-house studio Vicarious Visions, Diablo II: Resurrected will arrive later this year on Windows PC, Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch. With all supported cross-platform progression, players will be able to play with their character and keep all their items, no matter what platform they are playing on.

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