It was probably just a matter of time – and that time is this year. Diablo II and the Lord of Destruction data disc, still the most beloved part of the legendary series, which created its own genre, return to the remaster, which turns its graphics into 3D and remakes all the story movies from the ground up.
The main attraction is really the new graphics supporting 4K and the introductory video clearly demonstrates that the difference compared to the 20-year-old original is striking. The animations are smoother, the details that used to be mere hints are now clear above the sun – you could almost count the wrinkles on the zombie’s fiery face before the paladin adjusts his dial with his mace.
In addition, the game retains its dark atmosphere, the adjustment certainly does not seem to be a major step towards the more comic-like aesthetics of Diablo III. And if the remaster gets tired of you, you can change the visual to the original version right in the game.
This is further proof of the fact that it is a remaster that does not interfere much with the gameplay. Beneath the shiny jacket hides exactly the same game on the same code, supplemented by maximum minor adjustments, such as automatic looting of fallen prey or a common chest. And you, as usual, can turn it off as you wish.
The Vicarious Visions studio, a newcomer to the Blizzard stable, which has managed to modernize Crash Bandicoot and Tony Hawk in the past, also participates in the remaster of the second Diablo, which bears the official name Diablo II: Resurrected. We should see the result later this year, on the PC, the old and new generation of consoles and also on the Switch. Perhaps in the hands of experts it will turn out much better than Warcraft III: Reforged.
If you want to get into the game earlier than most other fans, you can try to register in a closed alpha. If you are interested, follow this link.
Source: Games by games.tiscali.cz.
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