Gearing up in Diablo 2: Resurrected is at once much easier in concept than in more modern ARPGs, while also being somewhat complicated in terms of discussing the finer points.
One thing the Diablo series has always been hit or miss on is story -- there are some amazing moments in all three of the current games, but some real clunkers too, and I'm still mad that Leah just gets her body stolen and presumably her soul sent to the Burning Hells and we never do anything to help her or even find out for sure if there's anything left of her.
Seasoned Diablo 2 players know this already, but those who started with Diablo 3 may be in for a rude awakening in Diablo 2 Resurrected, because you cannot freely respec your skills and abilities.
When we ask a question in the headline of a post, we're expected to answer it — so when we ask Should you play Diablo 2: Resurrected on console or PC? you'd be forgiven for being frustrated with answers like yes or it depends or whichever, it really doesn't matter.
My various Warriors absolutely want the Barbarian's Arsenal system from the Diablo 4 beta I played at BlizzCon 2019.
I'm not limiting this one to single-player games, because quite a few people play MMOs more or less as solo players.
The beta is coming, the beta is coming!
Deckard Cain has been in Diablo since the beginning.
If you're looking forward to playing Diablo 2: Resurrected you may be wondering who the Dark Wanderer that Marius mentions in the opening cinematic is.
As we said in our post about when Diablo 3 Season 24 will end, the ultimate length of a Diablo season depends not only on when the previous Season ends, but on how long the new Season's theme needs to be tested on the PTR.