Diablo 2 Resurrected release date and when to play on PS4, Xbox and PC

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Diablo 2 Resurrected now has an official release date.

Fans will be able to play on PS4, Xbox and their PCs.

There are plenty of changes since the game took a hiatus and is now back.


Good news for Diablo 2 Resurrected game fanatics. There is now an official release date later this week; September 23. Developers have also confirmed that it will be available on fan-favorite platforms such as PS4, Xbox and PCs.

Same old experience, new changes

This is a dream come true for many, as hundreds are expected to return to the game. Reports so far have gathered information, and it seems that the same old original experience has been upheld with a few changes.

One of the biggest and perhaps the long-awaited change is bringing Diablo 2 to consoles. You may recall Microsoft had enabled streaming on consoles a few weeks ago, which makes the anticipation for this game much more worthwhile.

The setting story remains unchanged, but there are some behind the scene changes. Gamers will now be able to exchange items between characters. Space has also been increased via the 10×10 stashes.

Judging from the reaction on Twitter, it seems this particular user is already prepared for the release.

Early preload

Users have the option of pre-loading the game via Battle any time from now as they get ready for the release. All online features will be accessible on the release date. 

Delays are common and may occur, but if everything goes as planned, gamers should log in and play across all platforms.

If you tested out the Beta release, you have an idea of what to expect in the official release.

What are you most excited about with the release of Diablo 2 Resurrected? Let us know in the comment section below. 

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