Blizzard has reported that, after 20 years since its initial release, Diablo 2 and The Lord of Destruction extension will be remastered and delivered in up to 4K/144Hz.

The remaster is called Diablo 2 Resurrected (Diablo II: Resurrected in the event that you want to follow Blizzard’s naming convention) and it will be accessible on the two PCs and – for the first time ever – on Xbox Series X, Xbox One, PS5, PS4 and Nintendo Switch.

Blizzard President J. Allen Brack likewise said the game will offer cross-progression, permitting you to convey character movement between the PC and console versions.

It’s still a cycle of a secret which engine the game was running on as Brack didn’t utter a word explicitly, yet it appears as though it’s utilizing a similar system as Diablo 3, as seen by some of the particle impacts and encompassing lighting in the trailer.

The game was reported during the Friday opening keynote address at Blizzcon 2021 and keeping in mind that we didn’t get a huge load of subtleties on the game, Brack underscored the way that Blizzard was doing all that could be within reach to keep the vibe of the original games yet will add updated graphics and Dolby 7.1 surround sound.

All things considered, nonetheless, gamers who want to walk down memory lane can switch back and forth with a classic mode that utilizes the original games’ sprite-based textures.

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