"Diablo 2: Resurrected" has new improvements to add to the massively popular game.
The "Diablo 2" remake is set to have a series of upgrades for people to enjoy with better graphics and controls. Test players have had the chance to note more things to add for the beloved game remake.
What Are The Improvements?
Blizzard has been working hard to get the remastered "Diablo" title and has already finished the alpha test bringing in people to try out the game. A developer has then made a list about just what improvements we are likely to expect before its release as told by TechRadar.
Based purely on player feedback collated from the technical alpha test in April, Blizzard has shown several things that will work differently from the tests and the final release of the game.
As we all saw in the "Diablo 2 Remake" trailer, there is a notable difference in graphics and visuals. Spells and attacks are tweaked a bit to make them better in-game. Blizzard and lightning attacks were modified the most in the remake, as well as the Paladin's Holy Freeze.
There is also a noticeable change in weapons, armor, and potions. The updates on graphics give a more refreshed look towards the gear and how it looks.
The technical alpha test shows great promise, and the people lucky enough to play the "Diablo 2 Remake" said nothing but good things, giving players who are waiting for even more hype to Blizzard's beloved franchise.
Hoarders will be happy to know that there is now a shared loot stash. Players can grab their loot across all of their playable characters.
Blizzard has said in a statement, "When it comes to a player's personal storage chest, we understand it's serious business ... This change will enable players to better organize their loot across three tabs of storage space and store many more items."
The tabs mentioned contain 100 slots each to give more space for players and their loot.
Smaller Changes To Note
You may now have the ability to toggle item names and the comparison tooltips. There is also a clearer automap for you to use, as well as faster load times between maps.
There is also a great mechanic Blizzard introduced in case you load your game into a middle of an ongoing battle. The mechanic will be able to give you a small grace period before enemies of all kinds start swarming you, giving you enough time to dip out of the conflict and assess if you're up to the fight or not.
People who pre-ordered "Diablo 2: Resurrected" will have another shot to play the game way ahead of its release sometime soon.
The full release of the game will be on September 23, 2021.
Another beta test for "Diablo 2" will be available for PC, PlayStation, and Xbox players, and it will start in August. As for the Nintendo users, they will have to wait patiently until they can get their hands on the game on its release date.
If you want more news regarding the other "Diablo" game in the works, go check out our article about "Diablo 4" leaks.
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Written by Alec G.