Diablo 2: Resurrected tests will take place in 2021, after which the production will debut on the market. The developers have not yet indicated the final release date, but we can suspect that the title will be released in the second half of the year.
Now let’s take a look at the first gameplay snippets that show the vision adopted by the developers focused on Diablo 2: Resurrected. The game will offer an option to quickly switch from the new to the classic setting, which will probably be regularly used by devoted fans of the universe – comparing all the demons in the new and original creation may be one of the attractions.
According to Friday’s announcements, the game will be “old Diablo”, but the polished graphics and a number of new features will make the fans of the atmospheric world with great pleasure return to the production, which was originally premiered in 2000. Rod Fergusson has already mentioned the possible emergence of cross-play.
Below you can check the Diablo 2: Original vs Resurrected Early Graphics Comparisons (recorded during the BlizzConline panel).