Snow storm revealed that one of his latest releases, the Diablo II: Risenmanaged to overcome the 5 million copies sold six months after launch, something that’s not bad at all for what was a facelift to the original game that came out with server issues.
The good work seems to have paid off, as the company that co-developed Diablo II: Resurrected, Indirect visions, was picked up by Blizzard earlier this month and is now renamed Blizzard Albany. The study should now provide “Long term support” in Blizzard games exclusively.
Obviously, Blizzard Entertainment, as part of Activision Blizzard, is currently being acquired by Microsoft. The deal, which is expected to close before June 2023, is valued at nearly $69 billion.
- Remastered graphics: monsters, heroes, objects, spells… Everything has been resurrected.
- An epic story told in five different acts.
- Classic Mechanics: The same Diablo II you know and love, preserved.
- Improved compatibility with.
- In the future, we’ll be adding cross-progression so you can track your progress wherever you go.
- And much more!
Diablo II: Resurrected includes all content from Diablo II and its fantastic expansion Diablo II: Lord of Destruction. Fight your way through icy caverns, gruesome tombs filled with monstrous undead, and icy wastelands to the top of Mount Arreat to stop Baal, the Lord of Destruction. Give Hell a taste of its own medicine with two new Lord of Destruction classes: the Cunning Assassin, a master of traps and shadow disciplines, and the Wild Druid, a fearless summoner and shapeshifter who masters primordial elemental magic.
through: Windows Central