Diablo II Resurrected is a great event in the world of hack’n’slash enthusiasts, especially those with at least 30-40 experience levels on the counter, and who fondly remember the old original. The updated classic has received a completely new graphic design, although retaining the spirit of the original, but incomparably more detailed and, of course, completely 3D. As a result of the above, hardware requirements have also increased, not much to do with configurations dating back to 2000-2011, so to enjoy Diablo II Resurrected you must have… well…
Author: Sebastian Oktaba
they exist games Surrounded by the cult, great respect and honor that has gone down in the history of digital entertainment in golden letters. Diablo II certainly occupies the range of such productions, which is considered the best representative of the hack’n’slash genre, not coincidentally being her father. Despite the extensive creation of Diablo IV, a torrent of criticism stemming from the poor recovery of Warcraft III and moral scandals, Blizzard delivered a really solid product (worse with servers). The Remaster was made for the toughest of cuckold fanatics, with the game’s mechanics practically sound, which might scare away the less hardcore gamers who received the Christmas present of the fall season. Let’s say it out loud – Diablo II Resurrected looks great! If you love dark fantasy, classic hack’n’slash game or spent your youth playing baalruns, get ready keyboard I the mouse, modify screens and right gaming chairs!
Diablo II Resurrected is a great return to a classic that looks great and keeps the original spirit. However, it will not persist in the old equipment…
The hardware requirements of the original Diablo II seem ridiculous today, because we’re talking about production dating back to the mid-2000s. Then the most wonderful Desktops The NVIDIA GeForce 2 GTS, 3dfx VooDoo performed well, while it was among the Treatments AMD Athlons introduced the Intel Pentium processor. As the minimum that can pull Diablo II Resurrected, the manufacturer indicated a less advanced configuration, including AMD FX-4350 / Intel Core i3-3250 and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 / AMD Radeon HD 7850, but the real hardware requirements are much higher . Only the recommended configuration in terms of Healer I Photographers card It looks smarter, including AMD Ryzen 5 2600 / Intel Core i5-9600K and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 / AMD Radeon RX 5500 XT. Minimum value RAM It is 8 GB, although 16 GB is recommended. Diablo II Resurrected takes about 30 GB, although the manufacturer recommends its use SSD drives.
|AMD processor||FX-4350||Ryzen 5 2600|
|Intel processor||Core i3-3250||Core i5-9600K|
|AMD Graphics Card||Radeon HD 7850||Radeon RX 5500 XT|
|NVIDIA graphics card||GeForce GTX 660||GeForce GTX 1060|
|playback memory||8 GB||16 GB|
|disk space||30 GB||30 GB|
|API used||DirectX 12||DirectX 12|
|OS||Windows 10||Windows 10|
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Diablo II Resurrected is a specific remaster because Game I received a modern graphic overlay, while the bottom of the split original is displayed at a resolution of 800 x 600. The two modes are switched in real time, allowing you to accurately track changes in the visual setting. pregnant screens With an aspect ratio of 16:9, those who want to continue the fun in Legacy mode will unfortunately have to get used to the black stripes on the sides, as well as users of 21:9 screens and other wide-angle displays. However, the graphics quality should satisfy even the biggest complainers. Stylistically speaking, it’s a Diablo II classic spoiled to the hilt, delicious and an infernal atmosphere. Highly detailed character and equipment models, multi-point lighting, high-resolution textures, realistic reflections – in short, absolutely everything changed. The best hack and flash or even any games shown in isometric projection you won’t find it, so Graphics cards They’ll make a strong impression, and I’ll check it out…
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