This is one of the moves that made the most talk this week, the case Vicarious Visions, Activision studio which is now absorbed into Blizzard to be reduced to assistance on Blizzard projects.
Bloomberg reporter Jason Schreier has revealed that Vicarious Visions, the team behind the remasters of Crash Bandicoot and Spyro the Dragon, are currently working on a remake of the hit title Diablo II for PC.
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The remake of the classic game has no release date. Here’s a look at the original game via Fandom:
“Diablo II, the sequel to the popular game Diablo, is a dark, fantasy-themed action role-playing game in a“ hack-and-slash ”or“ traveling dungeon ”style. After a stress test in the spring of 2000, it was released for Microsoft Windows and Mac OS in the summer of 2000 by Blizzard Entertainment. Diablo II was developed by Blizzard North.
By April 2001, Diablo II had become one of the most popular online games of all time. Some of the main factors that have contributed to the success of Diablo II include what fans have found to be an addicting hack-and-slash game and free access to Battle.net. Diablo II can be played in single player, multiplayer via LAN, or multiplayer via Battle.net, the latter option being the most popular.“.
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