The gameplay of the demo of Diablo 2, which was reconstructed by a fan and released in 2000, was shared. The demo, which saw a noticeable increase in its graphics, is unfortunately not publicly released.
Last May, a Diablo fan released a video of his Diablo 2 remake (remake) with Unreal Engine 4. The developer has completed the demo version of Diablo 2 Remake with Unreal Engine 4 yesterday.
But we have bad news for Diablo fans, this project is not public. UpsideDown, who made the project, released a gameplay video about the game. The published video gives an insight into what the modern remake of this role-playing game, released in 2000, 20 years ago will look like.
Fan-made Diablo 2 Remake
As you can see from the video, there are some shortcomings in this demo of Diablo 2 Remake. For example, the user interface and health bars seem quite simple. Also, the artificial intelligence of the enemies is not very developed.
Of course, it is worth remembering that this game was developed by only one person before hitting the project from place to place just by looking at them. We can say that it is admirable for a single person to accomplish such a thing.
In addition to this fan-made project, there are some rumors that Blizzard is working on a Diablo 2 Remake project. In addition, according to these rumors, Blizzard would introduce Diable 2 Remaster at Blizzcon, which will be held this year, but the event was postponed. Therefore, nothing clear yet is known about when the game will be introduced.
UpsideDown also announced that it plans to release remastered versions of other classic PC games. It will be interesting to see which other games will get the remaster version. Well, which classic PC games would you like to be remastered for?