August 2, 2021
Diablo II: Resurrected is getting quality of life changes and accessibility options

Diablo II: Resurrected is getting quality of life changes and accessibility options

Blizzard is making some small, but important changes to Diablo II: Resurrected following its Alpha test in April. In a couple of recent developer updates, the team detailed what’s coming to the remastered game when it launches later this year. The alterations do seem minor, but they should have a big impact in how the game is enjoyed. Following the Alpha, Blizzard has implemented some quality of life changes for Diablo II: Resurrected, as well as expanded options for accessibility.
When it comes to accessibility, Blizzard notes an important fact about Diablo II: it’s damn old. So old, in fact, the team was concerned that misses in its dice roll-style combat would appear to be bugs for younger players. The original Diablo II released way back in 2000, and used old-school RPG rules. Your chances to hit an enemy was based on the roll of the dice. If your roll was low, your attack whiffed its target. Blizzard isn’t changing how the combat works in Diablo II: Resurrecte…
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