Diablo 2: Resurrected has a Legacy Mode option that will switch the game graphics to the old Diablo 2, and there’s a specific way to activate it.
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Diablo 2: Resurrected is a dungeon-crawler adventure where players can customize characters and explore vast, randomized areas. There are 7 classes to choose from, each with optimal builds, like the Summoner Necromancer. Players will be able to upgrade their gear and abilities throughout the game and increase their stats to develop the strongest possible character.
As with other remakes, such as the Resident Evil 2 remake, there are certain features that were changed or enhanced for Diablo 2: Resurrected. Players can utilize cross-progression and experience the game with surround-sound audio. One of the more prominent things that the developers added was a way to play the older version of the game. Those that want the game to have a nostalgic feel, or players that are interested in seeing the original version of the game for the first time, can activate Legacy mode.