Diablo 2 XL Median, its most ambitious mod, gets an update so big that you need 18,100 words to detail it

Diablo II: Resurrected is not the only new version of the legendary RPG of Blizzard that you are going to be able to play these weeks. If you still have access to the original 1991 game, you might be interested to know that the popular mod Median XL, which had polished many aspects of the engine and its progression, has received a huge upgrade.

Among other things, this mod amplifies the resolution of the game up to 4K, has multiplayer On a global scale, it improves the interface and even implements many conveniences such as the automatic gold collection that was in D3. Now the patch 2.0.0 it comes well loaded with news.

Some of the most striking features are those that have to do with progression. For example, the Nightmare difficulty (Nightmare) has been redesigned with completely new creatures that challenge players to alleviate the fact that the original course was too permissive.

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Similarly, numerous aspects have been adjusted for all Nephalem cracks along with the dungeons of the post-credits section, now self-proclaimed “king of the endgame” for obvious reasons. There are many more things besides these we cited, so many that the patch notes are 18,100 words long.

Diablo 2 Median XL 2.0 is out now, while the official Diablo 2: Resurrected remaster will hit stores on September 23. Get ready for the premiere with a D2 class guide.