In the fall, the classic Diablo II is set to cause a sensation again in its drilled shape. After there was already an alpha test phase, Blizzard Entertainment wants to make the fans as happy as possible.
Cult developer Blizzard used the alpha test phase of Diablo II: Resurrected to get a lot of feedback from the long-standing and loyal community of the classic – and this is now being taken into account on a large scale, so that you can look forward to a number of changes in the finished game version may.
Compared to the technology alpha, which started in April, you primarily get significantly more storage space in your chest. Because the title still mainly consists of collecting loot, it was too small for a number of gamers – and the developers answered their pleading.
“After careful consideration, the shared loot chest will have three compartments instead of just one. Many players felt that one compartment was insufficient. We understand that players’ personal chest is serious business. With this change, players can better organize their loot and much more Store items because they have three compartments with 100 spaces each, “says Blizzard.
The loading behavior will also be adjusted after players have complained about taking damage from opponents before the loading screen disappears. Therefore, the developers are now implementing the following change: “Characters no longer appear in dangerous locations before the game is completely loaded, so that they can no longer be attacked or injured during the loading screen. In addition, the overall loading time has been reduced.”
But that’s not all! Among other things, a clock will be added, the automatic map will be improved, accessibility and user interface will be further optimized, and animations and symbols will be adapted. Anyone interested in the long list of player feedback taken into account will be contacted in the appropriate Blog entry on the official website find it.
Diablo II: Resurrected erscheint am 23. September 2021 für PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S und Switch.