In a recent official game release, Blizzard details more major changes, which will make it easier to get into this remastered classic.
With Diablo 2: Resurrected within weeks of its release, Blizzard continues to make it clear that this remastering will have many facilities, whether in gameplay or presentation, which will do more comfortable each game session, being a title “accessible to all players”.
The main focus is accessibility, in order to make the game shine.The philosophy from Blizzard for the remastering, is that it doesn’t matter too much that the key elements of the original Diablo 2 are implemented, if at the end of the day, people won’t be able to enjoy the title properly. With that in mind, the study mentions that the accessibility is his main focus, all in order to make the game “shine”.
Some of these changes have already been mentioned, such as the option to get the gold of defeated enemies, without the need to click or press a button every so often. After launching the alpha test a while ago, Blizzard received good comments of this and other implementations, which do more comfortable the experience. Despite keeping console versions in mind by making these changes, gamers on PC were also pleased. Remember that if you prefer the old style, you can disable this feature mentioned in the remastering.
A new change mentioned, is a message that will appear when enemies dodge The attacks. Although the original game already had a specific sound for these failed movements, a visual signal will help even more to notify us every time this situation arises, which if you are a veteran player, you will know that it happens very often.
The title will have several options to configure the audio. The example Blizzard mentioned in their post was of a parent who doesn’t want to wake up their baby, and the remastering will allow you to adjust to these types of situations.
As you can see, Diablo 2: Resurrected is more than better graphics or accessibility on console controllers. The game will come next September 23 a PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, PS5 y Nintendo Switch.
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