Diablo II Resurrected impressions: Unholy cow, man – Ars Technica

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    Diablo II Resurrected impressions: Unholy cow, man

    Blizzard/ Sam Machkovech Diablo II: Resurrected is slated to launch on PC and consoles”later on this year, “but in the meantime, the remaster is far enough along that its handlers introduced an early”technical alpha” demonstration over this weekend. (There’s a teensy, small possibility you can still get in if you sign up today.) I was welcomed for the single-player test’s first wave– and took the chance to stream my preliminary gameplay by means of Twitch.

    Should you watch that three-hour session, you’ll see my mostly favorable reaction at first blush. (Once some initial online-check stupidity cleaned up, a minimum of.) Later on, I took a moment to breathe, have a treat, and set up the game on other systems in order to do some more fully fledged screening.

    Even outside that first-look afterglow, of seeing D2: R running beautifully on a modern-day PC, the results thus far– of an admittedly incomplete sneak peek version– have charmed me even further than my very first session might have led you to think. The “Blizzard Classic” group is presently walking on a long roadway into hell, and that roadway just might be paved with redemption.

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