The first day of the BlizzCon 2021 (The BlizzConline) has already started, and Activision-Blizzard game fans have already received their first news about one of the most beloved franchises of this company. After all, the public received the unexpected announcement of the remastering Diablo II: Resurrected and the class trailer ‘rogue‘ of Diablo IV.
Also, Blizzard promised to give more details of the alpha of Diablo Immortal, but until the time of publication of this note there has been no talk of specific release dates or other news of this next mobile game.
The announcement of Diablo II: Resurrected
on the Blizzcon 2021
What Blizzard focused on the most was the remastering of one of its most acclaimed games, Diablo II: Lord of Destruction (2001). As the company showed, they have been working on a noticeable graphic improvement and some minor elements while preserving the identity of the game from 20 years ago. Its official name is Diablo II: Resurrected.
This game will have all the mechanics and classes of the original version; that is, players will be able to re-experience the story from the point of view of the Amazon, Assassin, Necromancer, Barbarian, Paladin, Sorceress, and Druid. All this will come with an improvement in the interface and even details such as a slight expansion of the player’s cache.
What’s more, Blizzard assured that the 27 minutes of cinematics of the original game were redone from scratch.
If you want to see some additional photos of Diablo II: Resurrected, we present them below:
What did they announce about Diablo IV on the Blizzcon 2021?
Diablo IV has been talked about a lot in recent years. The public has been waiting for its gameplay changes and other new details, even though the project’s release appears to be taking a long time.
Finally, more information about the game was shared today. Right after talking about Diablo II: Resurrected, the space was used to show a trailer of Diablo IV with a new hero class, the rogue
During the trailer of Diablo IV it is seen that the rogue receives influences from the namesake of Diablo I and the murderer of Diablo II, as he is able to fight agilely with bow and arrows, or adopt a style more similar to the rogue of World of Warcraft, using daggers and dealing damage from the shadows.
Source: Blizzard Official Stream.