Probably about what you’d expect.
Diablo II: Resurrected has been out in the wild for over a month, no doubt bringing delicious nostalgia for fans despite server issues that rumbled on for far longer than desired. It’s an interesting release from a technical perspective, as it remasters a game from 2000 with updated visuals and performance, while also arriving on a broad range of systems – including the Switch, of course.
Digital Foundry has produced a video breaking down performance, though it always feels a little unfair when Switch is put up against PS5 and Xbox Series consoles – the counter-argument would be that those are the ‘current-gen’ systems, which is a decent point. In any case it’s an interesting analysis, especially in light of Diablo III: Eternal Collection being pretty solid on Nintendo’s system back in 2018.
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