FAQs or Frequently Asked Questions for Diablo 2 gives answers to the most common queries for the game. Players can find details on the game's PC specs, its performance, as well as useful links to in-depth information for each Location, NPCs, Bosses, and many more.
Diablo 2 FAQ
When is Diablo 2 released?
There is no specific release date for Diablo 2 yet. It's expected to be released during the course of 2021. Blizzard has announced the first technical alpha starting on April 9th and running until April 12th.
What platforms will Diablo 2 be released on?
Diablo 2: Resurrected will release on PC, Nintendo Switch, Playstation 4, Playstation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.
How much will Diablo 2 cost?
Diablo 2: Resurrected will cost $39.99 on PC. The price of the console versions has not yet been revealed.
What does Diablo 2 include?
Diablo 2: Resurrected includes both the original Diablo 2 and its expansion Lord of Destruction.
What's new in the remaster?
- 3D Graphics and Dolby 7.1
- A shared item stash.
- Auto-looting and other Quality of life upgrades.
- Completely remade cutscenes.
- Cross-progression between PC and consoles.
- Controller support on PC.
Can I import my old Diablo 2 saves?
Yes, you can import your 20-year-old saves into Diablo 2: Resurrected if you still have them and they will work just fine, allowing you to pick up from where you left off. This does not apply to the technical Alpha being held on April 9th.
Is there character customization?
You can't customize your character's appearance or gender in Diablo 2: Resurrected.
How many Classes are available?
You can select one of the seven available classes in Diablo 2. The five Classes that were in the original Diablo 2 (Amazon, Barbarian, Necromancer, Paladin and Sorceress), as well as the two added in the Lord of Destruction expansion. (Assassin and Druid). All seven Classes will be available since release date.
What hasn't changed from the original?
- The content is the same and it includes Diablo 2 and its expansion, Lord of Destruction. There are no new game modes, story, campaigns or Classes
- The original graphics. You can switch back to Diablo 2's classic graphics if you feel like it.
- The inventory remains the same. with the exact same amount of space as on the original iteration of Diablo 2.
- You can still set up online games over TCP/IP, as in the original game.