Diablo: Fans shorten waiting time for Diablo 4 with intro remake


from Andreas Bertits
What would Diablo's intro look like if the action RPG appeared today? Fans have re-created the opening sequence, but backed it up with the original music and sound effects.

Diablo appeared around 23 years ago. Clear that the graphics are no longer completely new. Bence Monori from Forbidden Realms Studios has now re-created the intro of the action RPG.

Diablo intro in a new light

A remake of Diablo (buy now for € 47.92) 1 or 2, we will have to wait a long time if Blizzard does anything like that. And Diablo 4 will not appear in the near future either. But to get in the mood now and maybe get the first part out of the moth boxes despite its age, you can have a look at the newly created intro of the Hack 'n Slay. It was reproduced almost true to the original. However, the end runs a little longer. Nevertheless, there is a good atmosphere that makes you want to finally experience a new Diablo – or an old one with a new shine.

You can also look forward to a similarly dark atmosphere as in the fan intro in Diablo 4, because Blizzard wants to offer "back to the roots" and a very dark and brutal Hack 'n Slay again.

Source: Forbidden Realms Studios

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