Diablo 2 Resurrected Game Account Xbox One / Series X
Diablo 2: Resurrected includes not only a stand, but also an expansion titled Lord of Destruction (in the original – Lord of Destruction)
Blizzard didn’t even touch the backbone of Diablo 2: Resurrected. The plot, tasks, characters, atmosphere, main gameplay assumptions – all this has remained the same and captivates as it did years ago. What was my surprise when it turned out that after more than two decades the gameplay is still amazing and does not let you tear yourself away from the console
While the gameplay in the main scope remained unchanged, there were some improvements to it. The first and most important thing concerns control – we can play not only with the keyboard and mouse, but also with the gamepad. In this respect, Diablo 2: Resurrected is not much different from the much newer “three”. Moving, fighting, modifying equipment or developing characters – all this is done with a completely intuitive gameplay.
Of course, there are more changes. The small size of the personal box no longer bothers – this one has been clearly enlarged. Some interface elements have been redesigned to increase their readability and improve the comfort of the game. The function of automatically collecting gold from defeated opponents has been introduced. It is not much, but enough for the player to have a feeling of having fun with modern production.
There was also a 4K resolution and animation in 60 frames per second. If you have a good memory, you should know the original was only running at 25fps (if not, you’ll remember switching to Legacy mode). The overall difference is enormous. You can only complain about the lag in the reactions of the characters to our movements on the pad and the occasional jerks of the animation. However, one can hope that Blizzard will be able to handle them until the premiere. These types of problems are typical of early releases.
Diablo 2: Resurrected would not be itself without the original soundtrack (the first tugs on the guitar strings in the rogue encampment are enough to move your soul twenty-one years back). However, the creators completely remastered it, thanks to which the quality of music and sounds is clearly better than years ago. In addition, support for surround sound has appeared. It is also worth mentioning the cutscenes, which were completely rebuilt, frame by frame, preserving the shots and atmosphere of the original. In practice, it’s 27 minutes of great-looking cutscenes. Diablo 2: Resurrected hit the Polish market in a localized, dubbed version.