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    When rumours began to pop up that Blizzard were working on or toying with the idea of bringing back the iconic action-RPG -- many started to wonder just what that would look like. Can the 2D sprite-based visuals of Diablo II be given the 4K makeover ala StarCraft: Remastered, or could it be of a built-from-the-ground-up remake with fresh visuals and possibly reimagined content also. Questions that arose on account of this game's pedigree.

    In fact you could probably trace Call of Duty's multiplayer progression systems back to Diablo. Probably.

    At BlizzCon last month, when we got our first glance at Diablo II: Resurrected, the surprise came not from the statement itself but in how the execution seemingly exceeded all expectations. Impressive, modern 3D visuals that Buy Diablo 2 Resurrected Items remain true to the appearance and feel of the original. Visuals that sit on top of these classic 2000-era pixels, presenting a radical visual makeover which averts what makes Diablo II, well, D2.