Diablo II: Resurrected will restore its old parades – News

Game News Diablo II: Resurrected allows you to restore the old game saves that were formalized just a few days ago during BlizzConline 2021. Diablo II: Resurrected, the future creation of Vicarious Visions (Tony Hawks Pro Skater 1 + 2), returns to the spotlight today to bring the good news to the community: it will be possible to pick up your game where you were more than Stopped 20 years ago. If you’ve ever gone back and forth with the 2000s version of Diablo II, you’ve come to the right place! In fact, Matthew Cederquist, producer of Diablo II: Resurrected, told IGN the good news. The transition between Diablo II and Diablo II: Resurrected will be smooth as your old savegames are perfectly compatible with the new version of the game thanks to Serendipity. Keep your old backup files. When we were working on the remaster, we were wondering if the old backup files would work, so we kind of pushed them and it worked! Yes, your local Solo backup files will be preserved. Matthew Cederquist, producer of Diablo II: ResurrectedDiablo II: Resurrected will benefit from detailed high-resolution graphics and 3D models – unlike the original version, which was satisfied with two-dimensional characters – improved physical effects, new animations and a dynamic lighting course in 4K. In the same interview, designer Andre Abrahamian decided to take the floor and say that the team’s main goal was to keep the game mechanics while making a significant improvement in the graphics. When working on the game, we wanted to keep all aspects of the game playing style (…). But as we get closer to things like the artistic part, we wanted to push the formula forward and modernize it as much as possible. Andre Abrahamian, Designer at Vicarious Visions As a reminder, Diablo II: Resurrected has no specific release date yet, but Blizzard’s Hack ‘n’ Slash will be released on PC, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and Xbox Series X in 2021 | S and Xbox One You might also like: By JeromeJoffard, written by jeuxvideo.com MPTwitter