Activision Blizzard recently made the surprise decision to merge the studio behind Vic Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2 – Vicarious Vision – to support other projects. One of those projects is, at least reportedly, a Diablo 2 remake while others in Blizzard continue to work on Diablo 4.
According to Bloomberg, the development issues of Warcraft III: Reforged saw Blizzard rethink the teams that were leading the games, dropping their classic game “Team 1” from the project and replaced by a division Which is also handled by Diabi 4. Warcraft III was heavily criticized for its poor quality and lack of meaningful enhancements. Blizzard was not in the habit of remaking or remodeling its game at first.
Among those working on that project among developers is the Visarious Vision team. This is the second time a Tony Hawk developer has been absorbed into another studio with Infinity Ward joining in 2014.
The remake of Diablo 2 has not been formally announced by Blizzard, but it could be a stopgap release to make the wait a little easier for Diablo 4. What’s not going to be easy is working with the studio behind one of the best games of 2020 to pull its own projects to assist with it. Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2 not only succeeded in replicating what made the original game great, such as the level design and sound, but also gave a core skating experience that felt like it was today Was made Almost every song in the original two games was also retained for the remake. It includes the famous “Superman” by Goldfinger. Unfortunately, they were doing everything that was not enough to be greener for another game.
The Diablo franchise will certainly not have a shortage of films to release if everything comes out in the report. Along with Diablo 4, Blizzard will also release Diablo Immortal for mobile devices, with classes from previous games such as Demon Hunter, Monk, Crusader and Barbarian. Blizzard has also continued work on World of Warcraft and Overwatch 2.
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