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Although it's technically a remaster, with an impressive 3D layer sitting on top of the original classic Diablo II core - Diablo II: Resurrected's cinematics have been remade and rebuilt from the ground-up. And in keeping with the remaster feel, these new cinematics are essentially shot for shot remakes with brand-new and impressive detail.

With Blizzard releasing the Act I and Act II intros as a taste.

And you can check out the Act II cinematic here.

For those wondering how it compares to the original, Gamespot put up the following side-by-side comparison showcasing the difference that 20 years can make in the world of CGI. That said, the originals still hold up pretty well -- even if the characters now look a little weird.

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