Blizzard released the last in a series of seven trailers showcasing the classes available in the full version of the game. They are: Barbarian, Amazon, Paladin, Sorceress, Druid, Necromancer, and Assassin. The last two are not available in the beta of Diablo 2: Resurrected, which is why the footage featuring these characters is particularly interesting. Below you can watch the whole compilation video, and further on you can find links to the presentations of each class.
The assassin fights at close range,` using a variety of melee weapons, traps, and abilities from the Martial Arts and Shadow Disciplines trees. See how she uses Blade Fury, Phoenix Strike (summons a fiery meteor), and Cobra Strike (steals life and mana).
The Necromancer trailer shows spells from the Poison and Bone skill tree: Bone Armor, Poison Nova, and Bone Spirit. The Bone Wall, summoning a skeleton mage and a fire golem look interesting. It's a shame that we don't see more skeletons summoned in the trailer.
The presentation of the Barbarian wouldn't be full without combat using two axes, the demonstration of Leap Attack skill, impressive mills of the Whirlwind and the Battle Cry.
Fans of the Sorceress can check out new versions of well-known fire spells, such as the spectacular Inferno and Fire Wall, the classic Fire Bolt, and the deadly Meteor. There are also spells from the Cold and Lightning skill trees, such as Blizzard, Ice Ball and Static Field.
Paladin showcases melee combat with offensive and defensive magic auras. The trailer shows the use of the Holy Shield, swirling Blessed Hammer, and electrifying Holy Bolt, among others.
The Amazon is a class that uses bows and spears in combat. We'll see such things as Lightning Bolt, Plague Javelin, and a summoned Valkyrie fighting alongside the Amazon.
The Druid uses elemental magic, summons creatures to his aid and can change his form. Take a look at the revamped Werebear and Werewolf. The character also uses Firestorm, Volcano, and Twister in battle.
Diablo II: Resurrected will be released on September 23 on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and Nintendo Switch.
- Diablo II: Resurrected - official website
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