The first alpha of Diablo 2 Resurrected has started and anyone who could get hold of a key and belongs to the press or is a streamer was allowed to start on April 8th. Everyone else with access will play from today at 7 p.m. An official release date for the action role-playing game has not yet been set. It just means that it should be ready in 2021. We’ll tell you here which setting options you have for the graphics.

Diablo 2 Resurrected can be configured individually

First of all, you can decide whether you want to play Diablo 2 Resurrected with the new or the old (Legacy) graphics. Do you use the remastered optics, then you set these options:

  • Window mode for window or full screen mode
  • Screen Resolution for the resolution
  • Resolution Scale for scaling the resolution
  • VSync
  • Framerate Cap
  • Texture Quality
  • Texture Anisotropy
  • Ambient Occlusion Quality
  • Transparency Quality
  • Shadow Quality
  • Anti-Aliasing
  • Gamma
  • Dynamic Resolution Scaling

In legacy mode you can set this:

  • Game Resolution
  • Lighting Quality
  • Blended Shadows
  • Perspective
  • Gamma
  • Contrast

You can also make a few settings under Gameplay. These include:

  • Auto Collect Gold
  • Item Drop Spacing
  • Default Key Bindings
  • Low Vision Mode
  • Color Blind Mode
  • Subtitles
  • NPC Greetings Subtitles
  • Automap Size
  • Mini Map Location
  • Opacity Fade
  • Custom Opacity
  • Center When Cleared
  • Show Names
  • Display Ammo Count on Kills
  • Cursor Sensitivity
  • Secondary Hand Weapons have Unique Bindings
  • Chat Font Size

As you can see, you can make some settings, depending on how you want to experience the action role-playing game. With the help of screenshots and videos you can see how Diablo 2 Resurrected has improved over the original.

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