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All The Information On Upcoming Diablo II Remake, Diablo II: Resurrected

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The last few years have been busy for the Diablo franchise, to be sure. Although we don’t have our hands on new games again, we have three in the works that the player base is eagerly awaiting.

Some more than others, of course, the community is still not sold on mobile Immortal it’s heading before the rest are likely on shelves, and the game’s announcement continues to torment him with a bit of negativity.

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But Diablo IV stay at the front of the hype train, that’s for sure! The recent BlizzConline event heralded the return of the Rogue class for the fourth installment of the series, bringing together the all-female clan of assassins, rangers, and thieves that players have interacted with through the franchise.

More recently, the announcement of the remake of Diablo II, new Diablo II: resurrected. This title is a revamp and update to the hugely popular second installment of the series, bringing a huge amount of improvements to the title when it returns.

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We don’t know much about the title yet, such as a release date that has yet to be announced. Blizzard seems confident that it will release at some point in 2021, but there is nothing more specific about it, and players can only hope there won’t be any delays along the way.

As for the improvements, one of the most notable is the improved visual graphics up to 4k possibilities. The 21-year-old title is introduced to the modern game with a bit of polish and shine while still delivering the same classic look.

Speaking of classics, Snow storm insists that there will be virtually no gameplay changes. One of the few mentioned is that there will be an option toggled to have the gold an automatic pickup, but otherwise the game appears to be kept exactly as it was originally released.

Blizzard also promised support for “cross-progression”, allowing players to transfer their saved data to different consoles or PCs when they need it. While this is a wonderful feature, many are hoping for a little more.

Specifically, many are hoping for cross-play between PC and consoles, as the title will release on a variety of consoles in the same way as Diablo III saw in its lifetime. Players hope not to limit themselves only to those who have chosen the same platform as them.

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Overall, the title is preserved as it came out while still being brought into the modern era for players to relive or experience for the first time. More and more news is likely to come out over the year, and with any luck Blizzard can stick to the 2021 release date it has set.

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