Accessibility is one of the most important focuses of games and developers in recent years. Blizzard is no different as they recently discussed their plans for accessibility in the upcoming Diablo 2 Resurrected.
In case you missed it, E3 kicked off this weekend. Tons of games were announced. Here's a recap of some of the highlights before E3 continues later today.
Good news if you still have your old Diablo 2 saves lying around. They'll work with Diablo 2: Resurrected, allowing you to continue your journey where you left off.
Be warned. Do not fall for scams for the previously announced PC tech alpha for Diablo II: Resurrected.
Blizzard has announced Diablo 2 Resurrected for PC and console, featuring cross progression.
In some comments made on Twitter, former Diablo developer David Brevik talked a bit about some old plans for Diablo 2's unreleased second expansion, including the information that it could have started to look a bit like an MMO.
This week, we saw Diablo II Remake rumors reportedly confirmed following the news that Vicarious Visions was being merged into Blizzard Entertainment. We also released our impressions of the Diablo Immortal Alpha, Jagex was acquired by a global investment firm, and The Elder Scrolls Online lifted the veil on their next chapter.
Last week we detailed a merger of Blizzard and Vicarious Visions, a subsidiary of Activision that has been working on several titles, one of which was a Diablo II remake in coordination with Blizzard.
Can't wait till Diablo IV? Well, there's a mod called Project Diablo 2 which is set to feature seasonal update. Oh and it's launching this week.