- One of the administrators of diablo2.io prepared a list of items, which were most often sold as a trade between players in Diablo 2: Resurrected;
- At the very top were the Monarch shields. Just behind them are the Skin of the Vipermagi and Harlequin Crest;
- Although players usually exchange in-game items for gems, there is no shortage of online auctions offering them for real money.
One of the key elements of Diablo II: Resurrected, as in most hack'n'slash games, is collecting more and more gear, which enables you to eliminate hordes of enemies more efficiently. Of course, you can do this as part of the game, but there is no shortage of people who either have no patience and want to have the most powerful equipment right now, or simply lack luck in terms of drops. And that's where the option to exchange items directly between players comes in, and is very much present in the refreshed version of Blizzard's iconic game from 2000.
It should be remembered that Diablo II: Resurrected offers no shop as such, where you can instantly trade with other people from all over the world. People who want to trade must log in to a single session together. However, nothing stands in the way of arranging a bargain. You can do this for example in the game lobby, but also outside the game, for example on diablo2.io. It contains a large database of what people are selling. As an interesting side note: recently one of its administrators prepared a list of 100 artifacts that were traded between Diablo II: Resurrected players the most, since the title's release, which is September 23. Here it is:
According to the information provided by the administrator, more than 11 thousand transactions of the game's items were completed via diablo2.io during the discussed period. As you can see in the infographic above, the top of the list is taken by Monarch shields. These are elite versions of triangular shields, providing very high damage protection and a percentage chance to block. They have been purchased via diablo2.io 440 times. In second place was the Skin of the Vipermagi, a unique armor that provides, among other things, +1 to all abilities and +30% to spellcasting speed, and in third place was the Harlequin Crest, an elite helmet that provides bonuses to abilities and traits.
Take my real money
Trading in Diablo II: Resurrected takes on the form of barter. Typically, players want different types of gems for their goods. Diablo2.io's Terms of Service clearly state, that it is forbidden to sell items for real money. This does not mean, however, that this type of trade does not exist in the refreshed version of Blizzard's hit. Just check some out local auction websites. Even if the game does not have any microtransactions, players are able to arrange them for themselves.
Diablo II: Resurrected is available on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and Nintendo Switch.
- Diablo II - official website
- Diablo2 Resurrected - game guide