Diablo 2: Resurrected has released two Alphas – Single-player and Multiplayer
After two decades, Blizzard Entertainment plans to release the remastered version of the original title, Diablo II, released in 2000. Diablo II: Resurrected has scheduled to release later in 2021 for Multiple Platforms like Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4/5, Nintendo Switch, and PC. Furthermore, the game has released two alphas, such as Single-player and Multiplayer. Nowadays, the topic is trending, wherein players discuss how they will be able to import their two-decades-old accounts to the new game.
Lead Producer Chris Lena Statement
Talking with PCGamesN, the Lead Producer Chris Lena has said that their first step is to release a Single-player Alpha and think about the second Alpha after that, a Multiplayer. The sign-up forms are available on the official site for the Alpha Tests of Diablo 2: Resurrected, and it’s completely free. Once the date closes, testers will be selected randomly.
Note: Pre-purchasing the Diablo II: Resurrected won’t give access you to the Alpha.
Improved Graphics and Network Functions
Moreover, the released trailer has shown improvements in the original game’s graphics and network features. Apart from that; the remastered version doesn’t change any items and the game balance. After the release, you will experience the gameplay with upgraded 3D models from a top-down viewpoint; however, you can toggle between the upgraded and legacy visuals by merely using a button.