If you happen to have a bunch of characters stored away on the original version of Diablo 2, then you may be pleased to hear that you can bring them along with you when jumping into Diablo 2: Resurrected later this year.
This week, Blizzard revealed that Diablo 2: Resurrected will be compatible with save files from the original game. Anyone who played Diablo 2 can import their save files into the new remaster and instantly jump back in with the newly improved visuals in place.
The announcement came from producer Matthew Cederquist. Speaking with IGN, he said: “Back when we were working on the remaster, we wondered if the old save files would work, so we kind of shoved it in, and it worked! So yes, your local singleplayer save files will carry over.”
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Vicarious Visions Reportedly Taking The Reins of Diablo II Remake
Vicarious Visions' deal with the devil might turn into a chance to actually make a game with the devil in it.
According to a Bloomberg report from Jason Schreier, it looks as though Vicarious Visions will be bringing the remake of Blizzard’s Diablo II to life. The news comes alongside that of the recent acquisition of the studio by Blizzard Entertainment. An insider within Vicarious Visions also stated that they have been working alongside Blizzard for over a year as of when the acquisition was made public.
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