"So you didn't really notice that it clipped the corner or Diablo Immortal Gold it took it somewhat wide," Rob adds. "When you're using a controller and you can just run into the wall and rub up against it you'll see every little thing. That is another point where we had been like, we're not changing the crash because that could be changing something core into the game. And to be truthful we're sitting there thinking, what does it matter? One wall . But it's a slippery slope ? No collision has changed and no art has changed, we are wrong in the same exact spots where it had been before."
The same game from decades ago, today looking much better than ever whilst being accessible on basically every stage. A revival in name and implementation. "There would definitely be human mistake. We're great at what we do, but we're not that good. That is what it was. We can not mess up. We just have to basically make sure everything has 3D counterparts. And that D2 remains D2."
Blizzard seems intent on creating a contemporary reimagining without steering away from its iconic source material, and if the gameplay trailers introduced so far are an accurate depiction of this game, it appears it's holding true to its own vision. However, many fans wonder whether the remaster will include the several secrets and Easter eggs invaded during the first, the most popular being the infamous hidden Cow Level.
One of the biggest legends surrounding the early days of Diablo was the presence of a strange world named Moo Moo Farm, where bloodthirsty bovines shield The Cow King out of quarrelsome intruders. The now notorious level was thought to be nothing more than a myth until a few inventive fans figured out a how to unlock a portal to the odd farm.
The game's producer, Matthew Cederquist, also told the website that the group followed a 70-30 rule: 70% is the new art they made to enhance the measurements and colouring of the first game, while 30%"is where we can push and add antiques plus some modernisation". For instance, players will have the ability to Buy Diablo 2 Items better see the connections in their class's armour, while environments are more decorated using storytelling.