The intriguing Diablo IV will probably come out next year at its best. Diablo III proved to be controversial.
Blizzard’s announcement today, I think, has become a balm for the fans of the series. Diablo II: Resurrected is a remake of the original second installment with the Lord of Destruction expansion. The mechanics were practically not touched in the game, but they added 3D, improved special effects, added support for 4K, 144 Hz, and cross-platform. The game will be released on PC, PlayStation, Xbox, and Switch, and the ability to play on different devices with saving progress will be supported.
The very basis of the game remained almost intact. They added a common cache for all heroes and updated the interface and seasons, but it’s still the same game in general. And even three-dimensional graphics, if desired, can be disabled in the settings.
The only thing is that now you can’t start the game on any iron. The minimum requirements include cards of the level of GeForce GTX 660 or Radeon HD 7850, and the recommended ones even include GTX 1060 and even 16 GB of RAM.