The early access beta of Diablo 2 Resurrected kicked off this weekend, giving those who have already pre-purchased the game and a few other users the chance to try out the remastered version of the popular RPG for the first time. As usual, some particular details of the operation of the game responsible for Indirect visions they haven’t satisfied a lot of players.
The problem seems to be centered on how production handles multiplayer lobbies
A bit of Diablo 3 in Diablo 2 Risen
The option offered by the beta of Diablo 2 Resurrected looks a lot like the Diablo 3 system where players can join other player lobbies through an automatic system without knowing for sure what matchmaking will look like. That is, if you want to trade, level up, and / or complete other specific missions, you will have to resort to other platforms such as Discord and invite people manually.
Another of the most notable absences concerns communication, as the game does not offer any type of chat or voice option and the only means of communication with other players in the group will have to be exclusively through the system of the console itself. . .
That said, it’s highly likely that the developers will add these options when the final version of the game arrives, although it’s curious that they initially went for options closer to Diablo 3 than the original Diablo 2. , precisely for a remaster of the last one.