Diablo II Resurrected has confirmed its date launch end during the Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase conference at E3 2021. It will be the next September 23 when players on PC, Xbox Series X | S, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch can join the battle to save Sanctuary from the Burning Hells.
The title, which will feature modes in resolution up to 4K Y Dolby Surround 7.1, will offer those who pre-purchase it a open beta by way of early access to be held this August. “Above all, Diablo II: Resurrected remains true to the original and allows players to be transported to a nostalgic past with the push of a button to enjoy the original experience in 800×600 resolution,” says Blizzard clearly in its communication to the media. The gameplay has not changed; just the appearance. Cross-progression will be added soon, so we can share progress regardless of platform.
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Xbox and its strategy for the future: a game first party per quarter
Once the generation has started, the users of the new consoles want innovative video games, new intellectual properties and titles that give reasons to jump into the game. next gen. Microsoft has promised to offer at least one title on Xbox Game Pass first party per quarter; an average of at least four games of your internal studies per year. But this is not all, because Microsoft’s cloud gaming infrastructure, the so-called Xbox Cloud Gaming, will be able to be enjoyed on Smart TVs and browsers in the near future.
Also, from June 15 to 21, we will have a catalog of more than 40 demos of titles from the independent scene available totally free of charge that will arrive on Xbox One and Xbox Series X | S. The so-called ID @ Xbox Summer Game Fest Demo will give us early access to titles in development like Sable, Lake, The Riftbreaker, Echo Generation and Tunic.
Finally, we cannot forget about E3 2021. After events such as Summer Game Fest, Square Enix Presents and Ubisoft Forward, there are still events of great significance on the scene, the majority of Japanese publishers. Bandai Namco, Capcom and Nintendo have not yet revealed their cards for this E3. It will be on Tuesday, June 15 at 18:00 (CEST) when the Nintendo Direct begins; It will last 40 minutes and will offer us news and surprises of titles that will be released mainly in 2021 for Nintendo Switch. Will we finally see the long-awaited sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild?
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