Diablo 2: Resurrected is out today, and if you’re eager to descend into the hellish realm of Sanctuary but uncertain whether your PC has the muscle to support the experience, the system requirements are here to help you figure it out.
Of course, you’re probably not worried about such a thing. Diablo 2: Resurrected is vastly upgraded but still a 20-year-old game at heart. In fact, because “the underlying game engine is the same,” if you happen to have some old Diablo 2 saves lying around, you can manually import them into the Resurrected version and pick up where you left off in 2000. (Also, well done for keeping them around.)
Online characters, sadly, cannot be imported: “There are profound differences between the modern Battle.net of today and the platform we launched with Diablo 2 all those years ago,” Blizzard said.