Diablo 2: Resurrected is a remaster of one of Blizzard’s most popular titles. The classic action RPG has inspired a generation of players and left a huge mark on the industry. At the beginning of this year, some players managed to get the game into play through the alpha phase. However, it will not be much longer until the game is available worldwide. At the Xbox and Bethesda show, Blizzard announced that Diablo 2: Resurrected will be released on September 23.
In addition to announcing the release date, Blizzard has pulled back the curtain on what Xbox players can expect. This game will be optimized for Series X | With and will support up to 4K 60FPS. In addition, the game will support cross-progression, which means that you will be able to transfer the progress from the computer to the console.
Of course, it was announced at the Xbox show, they didn’t mention anything about PlayStation or Nintendo consoles. However, we know it comes to PS4, PS5 and Switch. The PS5 is likely to be at the same level as the Series X | version S and all consoles will support cross-progression. This is huge news for switch owners, because now you can have your computer with you on the go.
The trailer also confirmed that full cooperation for eight players is coming to the consoles. That was the standard in 2000, so it’s great to see that nothing has changed on this front. There doesn’t seem to be a cross-play option, so you’ll only be able to play with friends on the selected console. However, this is a small price to pay for getting one of the best game editions ever on modern consoles.