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Diablo II Resurrected: Diablo II remastered will arrive on console this year

The Lord of Terror, Diablo and his brothers, Baal and Mephisto, will return for the happiness of fans of the series: Blizzard has announced the remastered edition of the great classic released in 2000 Diablo II. Diablo II: Resurrected, which will see it arrive for the first time on consoles later this year including, in addition to the original game proposed to us at a 4K resolution and with redesigned environments, characters and textures, the Lord of Destruction expansion.

The developers ensure a great graphic design with characters totally recreated in 3D compared to the original 2D sprites and dynamic lighting that will do justice to the new flagship of microsoft. . In addition, all 27 minutes of footage from the game, narrating the journey of the mysterious Dark Wanderer, has been completely recreated from scratch with the latest CGI techniques, while the game finally supports Dolby Surround 7.1 audio.

"Diablo II was a key game for Blizzard and millions of players around the world. With Diablo II: Resurrected, we're happyto be able to bring this classic back to PC and even console, including cross-platform progression, so that players are able to experience those memories of the past or experience the ever-eternal gameplay of Diablo II for the first time on the platform they prefer, " these are the words of J. Allen Brack, president of Blizzard Entertainment.

Diablo II: Resurrected is a complete pack 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 underworld forces through the four compelling 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 the contents of the Lord of Destruction expansion, with the continuation of the journey into Act V, where players will bravely face the dangers of Mount Arreat before trying to defeat Baal, the eponymous Lord of Destruction.

The game will support cross-platform progression across all supported platforms, allowing players to use their character and keep all their items regardless of which platform they decide to play on.

Finally, for lovers of retrogaming, it will be possible to switch at any time from modern to originalgraphics, at the push of a

We leave you to the video released on the occasion of the announcement and a set of images: good vision!

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