Let’s Play Diablo II: Resurrected (Early Access Beta)

It’s finally time! Oh man, I couldn’t wait to get my hands on this and I am so happy I did! Alongside Zazzeris, Ashterial & Cokesodacan, we ran through both of the beta acts of 1 & 2 together and made it all the way to the end against Duriel; Act 2’s final boss fight. I played as a Druid and really enjoyed everything that I felt, heard and saw from this beta. I definitely can’t wait for the full release next month and I know a lot of other people are hype as well! There were some game issues to come with the beta, like some in-game lag, server lag, things phasing in and out and some graphical issues, but nothing to REALLY be upset about considering it’s the beta phase. You can definitely bet I’ll be playing this to its fullest potential upon release! Thanks everyone for playing alongside me for this amazing co-op adventure! One of the best games of all time.

This comes a few months after my single player run through the classic Diablo II: Lord of Destruction using a vamp-assassin build!


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