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Diablo 2: Resurrected is coming in two weeks on September 23rd (at 8 AM PDT) and we now have all 7 class trailer ready! So let's check them out, starting with the latest two from the Lord of Destruction expansion! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Which class will you be playing (well, as your first/main at least)?

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I loved these little highlights of what each class represents!

As for first and main character, have to go with Assassin. Going to spin to win with Chaos and Fury! ⚔🌪

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At the start
"Wow! Playing as Summoner Necromancer is so easy! I'll just faceroll the entire game"
Later, Andariel one-shots every summon you have and there are no corpses nearby
".......*filtered*...."
DEAD

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Some of them are still looking too old. This is how they should be during D3, while in D2 most of them were very young. At least they slightly fixed the hobo druid, but amazon is still looking a bit too old. She was always depicted as very young looking in art, only her HotS version is actually her during D3.

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3 hours ago, Steveson said:

At the start
"Wow! Playing as Summoner Necromancer is so easy! I'll just faceroll the entire game"
Later, Andariel one-shots every summon you have and there are no corpses nearby
".......*filtered*...."
DEAD

The rude awakening to any of my presumably good builds was always Duriel. Not lots of kiting room 😭😂🤷‍♂️

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1 hour ago, Arcling said:

Some of them are still looking too old. This is how they should be during D3, while in D2 most of them were very young. At least they slightly fixed the hobo druid, but amazon is still looking a bit too old. She was always depicted as very young looking in art, only her HotS version is actually her during D3.

Skovos is a dangerous place... it ages the skin!

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11 minutes ago, TyZone said:

Skovos is a dangerous place... it ages the skin!

It's all those lightning skills, they irritate the skin! (Sorc has magic SPF 5 billion skin protection creme).

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10 hours ago, TyZone said:

The rude awakening to any of my presumably good builds was always Duriel. Not lots of kiting room 😭😂🤷‍♂️

Ah yes. How could i forget that "IDGAF about your best gear in Act 2" bugface

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17 hours ago, TyZone said:

Skovos is a dangerous place... it ages the skin!

Even Cassia in HotS (D2 amazon) still looks younger than D2 remaster model, and she is supposed to be 20 years older there (during D3)! Getting out of Skovos must have helped her.

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1 hour ago, Arcling said:

Even Cassia in HotS (D2 amazon) still looks younger than D2 remaster model, and she is supposed to be 20 years older there (during D3)! Getting out of Skovos must have helped her.

The Nexus is like loitering inside of Hot Springs and Saunas!

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On 9/9/2021 at 4:10 PM, Arcling said:

Some of them are still looking too old. This is how they should be during D3, while in D2 most of them were very young. At least they slightly fixed the hobo druid, but amazon is still looking a bit too old. She was always depicted as very young looking in art, only her HotS version is actually her during D3.

These are not the same heroes from D3, and Blizzard had to make them look older and a bit grungy compared to what they were to satisfy all the "Karens" of the world complaining about how over sexualized the game was for some reason, same reason they game the sorceress that new training bra and Andariel had to put on some boobie tassels lol

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35 minutes ago, BlakeArmentrout said:

These are not the same heroes from D3, and Blizzard had to make them look older and a bit grungy compared to what they were to satisfy all the "Karens" of the world complaining about how over sexualized the game was for some reason, same reason they game the sorceress that new training bra and Andariel had to put on some boobie tassels lol

If you mean HotS versions, they were supposedly "canonical" versions of these D2 heroes, pulled from the time of D3. Of course, this might not align with main series, unless we get some cameos (at least we know of D2 Sorceress from RoS who trained D3 Wizards). 

Andariel's change may be the only one that makes sense, since it's more detailed. Perhaps they wouldn't get same age category if they didn't change it?

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