Players can now join the waiting list for this long-awaited role-playing game.
With the original being one of the most beloved RPGs of all time, it is no wonder that Diablo II: Resurrected has generated a great deal of excitement among fans. One of the most exciting announcements of the last BlizzCon was precisely that the launch of the game would take place this year after going through a technical alpha. What we did not know is that, in reality, there will be two.
In a interview With the PC Games N portal, producer Chris Lena explains that the first and only test announced so far can only be played alone, “and then we will have a second technical alpha, which will be oriented to the multiplayer and server saturation tests […] That’s how much we can detail. “In other words, the contents and characteristics available during these sessions is a mystery, along with their terms of availability.
According to the original text, Blizzard would be willing to make changes to the game to attend to the impressions of its players. We assume that most of the possible changes would be oriented to the interface, the balance, the status of the sandbox updates or the new graphics, for example, but it is something that will be seen over time. In any case, players who are interested in participating may sign up to the waiting list through the official website.
Diablo 2 Resurrected will arrive at some point pending specification of the 2021, and will bring reimagined sprites in three dimensions, updated textures and effects, along with a maximum resolution of 4K and a redesigned sound section. We already know all the system requirements of the game, although you probably don’t need to change parts to enjoy this classic on PC. As a reminder, we’ve already had a chance to chat with the Diablo IV developers for clues about the future of the series.
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