When Diablo II Resurrected was presented at the BlizzConline last month it was indicated that its launch would take place sometime this year, although before that, players would have the opportunity to participate in an alpha phase in order to test a preview of this long-awaited remastering.
Blizzard wanted to delve into the details of this trial version after an interview with the portal PCGamesN. That has led him to anticipate that will finally be two alpha phases those that will be enabled over the next few months.
The first of them will be dedicated to solo gameplay, while the second will be focused on the multiplayer experience and so on to test the servers. However, the company has not been able to advance anything else, so we do not know what exactly will be the content that each of these alpha phases will include.
In turn, these tests will also help the team find out what modifications it needs to make or what aspects it should balance. In the absence of confirmation when the alpha phases in question will elapse, you can sign up for them from the official website of the game.
Diablo II Resurrected will launch in PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X / S, Nintendo Switch and PC, version on which we leave you here its minimum and recommended requirements.