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Diablo II: Resurrected: Starts at 5pm with moderate computer requirements

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With Diablo II: Resurrected, the Restoration of Diablo II and its subsidiary Diablo II: Lord of Destruction, which has been repeatedly requested by society, released today after a good 21 years. At 5 pm German time, the gates of hell will reopen.

Getting started on all platforms simultaneously

Diablo II: Resurrection is available for Windows PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X / S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5 and Nintendo Switch. The monster hunt starts today at 5pm German time on all platforms. Game files can be downloaded in advance in the afternoon. Remaster is only available digitally, the physics version is not scheduled. This also applies to cross-dressing. Instead, scores are stored on sites.

Diablo II: Resurrected - Launched
Diablo II: Resurrection – Release (Built: Blizzard)

System requirements from semi-ancient to present

The system requirements of the Diablo Remaster are at least very humane in the low area. As for the processor, the Intel Core i3-3250 and AMD FX-4350 entry level models are required from 2013 onwards. For graphics accelerator, even branches from 2012 are enough.

System Requirements for Diablo II: Resurrected

To enjoy a roll-flaming game with full graphic specials in full HD, Blizzard requires a very powerful system. The processor and graphics card must come from the final generation.

You can use old saved games, but …

Already vaguely announced in the spring, they reveal Frequently Asked Questions about the upcoming game start Clear answer: Storage from the old Diablo II can be converted to restoration, but this only refers to offline storage. To play online, a new character must be created.

The editorial board plans to subject the topic to extensive technical testing as usual. Due to the holidays, this is not possible in early October.

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