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Xbox Series X|S
- 23rd Sep 2021
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But when Phil, WHEN?!
As the Xbox ActiBlizz deal continues to push on through its regulatory rounds, Xbox boss Phil Spencer has come out with a fresh statement on what the deal means for the industry. Within that statement, Spencer talks about Xbox's Game Pass growth, and how the Activision deal will help expand the service. The Xbox boss says that...
The patch is out now
Late last year, Diablo 2 Resurrected launched with a myriad of issues on Xbox, even prompting fans to call for refunds. Thankfully, things have been smoothened out since with a few patches, the latest of which pretty much overhauls the game's lobby system, among other major changes. The game's 'Party Finder' feature on console...
And there's plenty of time to try it!
Blizzard has announced a generous free trial period for the Diablo 2 remaster on all Xbox platforms! Diablo II: Resurrected is currently free to try through March 21st, so you've got a solid week to try it out. Three hours of gameplay are available within the trial, which seems a decent amount of time to make...
"Feels amazing to win this gift"
We've seen a lot of custom Xbox Series X and S consoles given away over the past year, and one of them was a Diablo 2: Resurrected inspired console that we first saw in a Twitter competition back in September. If you're wondering if anyone actually ever wins these competitions, they absolutely do — as highlighted...
It's not looking good
Diablo 2: Resurrected hasn't had the smoothest launch on Xbox. Since its release players have been plagued with login issues, problems with the connection and save data wipes. While a patch was dropped to rectify many of these circumstances, it appears players are still having a tough time logging in, resulting in the community...
Loss of progress, log in issues and more
Diablo 2: Resurrected launched yesterday, and while many long time fans have been excited to jump in, it hasn't been without a few day one issues. Users have reported not being able to log in, connectivity problems and even losing their save data entirely. The issues seem to stem from Diablo 2: Resurrected's...
Drag me to hell
The release of Diablo 2: Resurrected has subtly snuck upon us today, and so have the reviews. With such an iconic game, does the new iteration do the series justice? Or should fans stick to Diablo 3 for the fix of the franchise? Let's dive into what critics are saying about Diablo 2: Resurrected: Game Informer (8.75/10): Diablo...
Running until Sunday
There's just so much happening in the gaming world right now, isn't there? There used to be a time when new releases were fairly quiet in the summer, but now we've got massive indie hits on the way, multiple game betas and events such as Gamescom on the horizon. In all that noise it can be easy to miss out on one or two details,...
With an early access beta occurring this week
Diablo 2: Resurrected is getting an open beta next weekend, allowing fans to check out the game ahead of its launch for Xbox One, Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S on September 23. The open beta weekend will begin on August 20 at 6pm BST / 1pm EDT / 10 am PDT and will run until August 22. During this...
Diablo® II: Resurrected™ is the definitive remastering of Diablo® II and its Lord of Destruction® expansion—two hallmark entries in Blizzard Entertainment’s genre-defining action role-playing series. Veteran players, as well as those who missed out when the original game was first released on PC twenty years ago, can now experience Diablo® II’s timeless gameplay with modern visuals and audio that take advantage of today’s gaming hardware.
Ascend the Forgotten Tower, blaze a trail through the jungles of Kurast, and storm the gates of Hell to defeat Diablo himself. Then, scale the peak of Mount Arreat to face Baal, the Lord of Destruction, in Worldstone Keep.
Seven of Sanctuary’s greatest champions await at the iconic campfire screen—the Amazon, Assassin, Barbarian, Druid, Necromancer, Paladin, and Sorceress. Each is highly customizable with countless build and gear options for players to explore.
Diablo® II: Resurrected can be played as a solo experience, or grab some friends on your preferred platform and enjoy up to 8-player co-op. Then blow off some steam and claim a few ears by engaging in thrilling PvP duels outside of town.