This avid video maker uploaded a very comprehensive, almost frame-by-frame comparison video to YouTube channel, comparing the classic version of Diablo 2 with the parts he has seen so far from Resurrected. Although we had the opportunity to admire the differences already present upon detection, thanks to the very comprehensive workflow, the quality of Vicarious Visions, which has been working inside Blizzard for some time, can be seen better in the animation below. We also thanked Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy. So far, we’ve had no doubts that Diablo 2 Resurrected will be a worthwhile shake-up – not as brutal as Warcraft III Reforged – but slowly they’ll walk away as well and just wait to see when we can finally hit … down the program.
The original Diablo 2 was born in June 2000 as part of the Blizzard Norte development and Blizzard Entertainment release. Directed by David Brevik, Eric Schaefer, and Max Schaefer, some told a very simple story, but others said it was so cleverly organized that a total of five were put on paper – albeit in addition to the story, they were responsible for expanding the world. And we just had to expand the world: in the first part we could get to know one city and the dungeons below, but in the complementary part we could access many more places and benefit from the myths more than before. The game became a crazy success: it sold more than 4 million copies in just one year – and the first million took less than two weeks.
Diablo 2 Resurrected will debut sometime this year for PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series S, X, PlayStation 4 and 5, and Nintendo Switch.