Diablo 2 and its Lord of Destruction expansion are about to be rebuilt in 3D. It’s time for game journalism to take its rightful place as a real source, not fanboys doing free publicity. Diablo fans were probably a little dazzled when Diablo, plus the Hellfire expansion, appeared on GoG. Diablo II is one of the few PC games that, more than a decade after its release, has a near-constant place on store shelves. If you’ve played a remake of Command & Conquer or Wonder Boy The Dragon’s Trap, you know there’s something special about it. Diablo II will also take advantage of a feature that many other remakes have offered in recent years. From new quests to new character classes and game modes, the world of add-ons is full of interesting content. This article is archived in the “Hive Games” section of the Blog Hive block. The “Lord of Destruction” add-on adds a 5th act for players to win. Diablo II is a title that has received many mods. Fans quickly grabbed copies of them and began ridding the land of evil. Blizzard released a sequel to the hit PC title in 2000. It’s an interesting option that I wish other remakes would take advantage of. You can switch from modern graphics to retro graphics as you see fit.