Blizzard Entertainment announced at BlizzConline in late February Diablo 2: Resurrected, a remasterizacin of Diablo II released in 2000. Even more than 20 years have passed since its release, players will still be able to dust off the PC title saved games and import them to the new computer version of the video game.
Has been the productor Matthew Cederquiest who in an interview with the Middle East edition of IGN has announced this functionality: “When we were working on [la remasterizacin] we wondered if the old save files could work, and we basically just put it in and it worked! We were like, ‘Okay, this is the best feature by far.’
Thanks to this feature, mercenaries visiting Sanctuary during the last two decades will be able to continue their games and regain control of characters that have probably been forgotten. Those, characters registered in multiplayer cannot be importedas they are verified on Battle.net. There will also be no problems downloading a save file spread on the internet and play with it.
Diablo 2: Resurrected coming in 2021 to PC, PlayStation, Xbox and Switch
Diablo 2: Resurrected arrive sometime in 2021 to Nintendo Switch, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One y PC via Battle.net. Compatible players can join a alpha tcnica for this version, which can also be reserved (pre-purchase does not give guaranteed access to the trial) for 39.99. There is also a Prime Evil Collection what includes Diablo III with all its expansions and cosmetic items (the Mephisto pet and the Embrace of Hate wings). In addition, there will be cross progression between all versions.
Resurrected include both the original game and Diablo II: Lord of Destruction. Its visual improvements stand out: resolution can reach 4K on PC and count on 7.1 surround sound. The world, characters, spells, and other items have been reconstructed in 3D trying to keep the style of the sprites two-dimensional of the original. Podis know all the news in our advance.