In February this year, Blizzard Entertainment officially announced the creation of a remaster of the cult game Diablo II. The title, ultimately named Diablo II: Resurrected, debuted in September on PCs, as well as old and current generation consoles. Although it was largely a successful production, offering a well-known experience with improved graphics, Blizzard did not avoid errors, which annoyed players especially around the proper debut. While Activision-Blizzard itself has not been going well for a long time, Blizzard employees are still working on improving Diablo II: Resurrected. Update 2.3 has just been released, fixing a number of bugs, adding new things to the game and introducing DLSS support.
Blizzard has released an update for Diablo II: Resurrected. It introduces, inter alia, NVIDIA DLSS support for GeForce RTX cards.
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Blizzard has published the full list of changes introduced by update 2.3 for Diablo II: Resurrected on its website. For GeForce RTX card holders, perhaps the most important news will be adding full support for NVIDIA DLSS technology in its latest version. It is therefore another game, with over 130 titles in total, that supports NVIDIA’s technique of reconstructing an image from a lower resolution. After installing the update, select the appropriate DLSS mode in the graphic settings menu.
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The studio has also removed a lot of bugs that appeared in the computer version of Diablo II: Resurrected. Several novelties have also been introduced, such as Game Difficulty Scale (option to scale the difficulty level), “Force Move” allowing the character to follow the indicated place without having to aim at the monsters; “Quick Cast”, allowing you to quickly assign skills to specific keyboard shortcuts, without the need to select the ability in the game interface, and the “Active Skill Bandings” bar, which is added above the standard game interface and allows you to use up to 16 abilities.