One of the great surprises of Activision Blizzard for this 2021 is Diablo II Resurrected, the reinvention of the masterpiece RPG genre that was released in 2000 on PC. As yet undated, this new version will be released sometime this year on PS4, Switch, Xbox One, and PC.
As is usual with Blizzard titles, the game will have a series of alpha and beta tests before its final release, although they have not been finalized at the moment. However the Korea Gaming Management Committee could have leaked the start date of private alpha tests of the title.
According to a calendar of this Korean organization, the private tests for the Diablo II Resurrected alpha would begin this week, specifically on April 9. With an allocation of almost 20,000 users, these tests would extend until April 13, although it is not known if only regionally or worldwide.
Although the screenshot of this calendar was removed shortly after, the website Inven and the Wccftech portal have leaked this date for the beginning of the Diablo II Resurrected alpha testing on PC. Blizzard has not confirmed it, but there are already several sources that have echoed this leak.
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Diablo II Resurrected will be a remastering of the classic from the year 2000, with new functions, game modes and a more polished technical section, which in addition to on PC will also come out on PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. In addition, on PS5 it will have the haptic functions of the DualSense.
In case this information is correct, the private alphas of Diablo II Resurrected will begin this week, and it is not ruled out that a beta will be launched next summer. With Diablo IV and Overwatch 2 delayed to 2022, this remaster is Blizzard’s bet for 2021.
Source: Gaming Bolt