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September 24, 2022 - that's the date Diablo II: Resurrected is set to release for PC and consoles. With fully 3D mastered visuals and the same classic gameplay, Resurrected includes both Diablo II and the Lord of Destruction expansion. Alongside the release date reveal we've also got our first look at the built from the ground-up cinematics in a new trailer.

Just when you though this couldn't look any better.

“The Lord of Terror has demanded that we remaster Diablo II, and we are excited to do his bidding by bringing Diablo II: Resurrected to PC and console players this September, with cross-progression† so everyone can enjoy it on their preferred system,” said J. Allen Brack, president of Blizzard Entertainment. “We also look forward to welcoming new and returning Diablo players to our upcoming multiplayer open beta. Their feedback will help us put the finishing touches on a game we hope players will continue to enjoy for many years to come.”

With the release date set, this probably means that an open beta or multiplayer test will be happening soon. As per our hands-on preview with the single-player test from earlier this year, Diablo II: Resurrected is shaping up to be something quite special.
Not having played Diablo II in many years perhaps the most impressive thing about Resurrected is just how well it all holds up. The pace might be a lot slower than the action-RPGs of today, but the progression through the first two Acts feels as epic as it ever was – moving from fields to caves to desert temples and ancient ruins. The story still resonates and the remastered soundtrack from composer Matt Uelmen is still as evocative, strange, melodic, and sinister as ever.

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Posted 08:52pm 15/6/21
you've got 2022 as the release date >
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