5 Improvements We Hope to See Diablo II: Resurrected


  • Diablo 2 Resurrected will make use of Diablo IV Gold this PS5's DualSense features. Blizzard says Diablo 2 Resurrected will make use of PS5 DualSense features like haptic feedback. Although the developers didn't delve much into particulars, Gallerani all but confirmed haptic feedback for the upcoming Diablo 2 remaster. "We are still working on how we would like to use [the DualSense], however, the haptic feedback on the controller is a very exciting thing, and so we would like to make sure that we take advantage of this," Gallerani said.

    The DualSense's haptic comments feature is basically an advanced rumble package designed to increase immersion by replicating the feeling and effects of different surfaces and objects. By way of example, walking through sand in a game should feel gritty, while shooting off shotgun rounds ought to send spaced-out stimulation to your palms. Gallerani also detailed a few of the ways Diablo 2 Resurrected is tuned for controller support more generally, confirming that the remaster will include a cursor function for gamepads.

    "In the first game, the Sorceress' teleport operates by clicking wherever you want. Wherever you click, that's where you are teleporting to. When you are using the controller, you do not have a cursor, so once you teleport with the Sorceress we've got a default distance for your teleport - some of those moves we do this. By way of instance, a Blood Golem in the Necromancer will always spawn where you would like it to. Whereas some motions we really allow you to hold a button down, and you then receive a cursor."

    Diablo 2 Resurrected is a 4K remaster of the 2000 Blizzard classic featuring new 3D models, remade cinematics, and updated audio. It's scheduled to launch on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series, and Nintendo Switch in 2021.

    There are just a few multiplayer series rather as beloved as Diablo. And, regrettably, few MMOs have dated quite as poorly as Diablo II: Lord of Destruction. After the remaster Diablo II: Resurrected was recently declared, I was amazed to hear that anybody would continue to be interested in playing it. After all, Diablo IV is on the way, also, well, Diablo III exists. But I am not alone in needing to return to Buy Diablo 2 Items a simpler time at the collection.