As part of BlizzConline 21 a few days ago, Blizzard announced Diablo 2: Resurrected, a new edition of the action role-playing game for all known platforms. In an interview with Allen Adham (Senior Vice President at Blizzard) it was suggested that this is probably the developer's last remaster project so far.

In an interview, Adham says that Blizzard has now exhausted almost all options for a remake of an old classic. For this reason, fans can look forward to many new products in the future. The Vice President also clarifies that there are more projects in development at Blizzard than ever before. The already known highlights include Diablo 4 and Overwatch 2. Both titles have not yet received a release. According to current plans, Diablo 2: Resurrected is coming this year – for PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X / S, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.

In another interview, the creators also announced that long-time players can transfer their old saved games to the new edition. It doesn't matter on which platform you will be playing Diablo 2: Resurrected. Further details on the transfer will then be found in the publication environment. Most recently, the Blizzard Entertainment team launched Warcraft 3: Reforged, a remake of a classic. In 2017 there was also a remaster version of the real-time strategy game StarCraft.

via MassivelyOP

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