Although there are only three professions in Diablo 2: Resurrected Alpha, players can still use the old version of the mod in the original game to unlock hidden disciplines such as Necromancer.
What is that alpha? The Alpha test of Diablo 2’s Resurrected began on April 9th and ended on April 12. The replica of Diablo 2 may be the first time some players have played it.
This is a technical Alpha and can only be played in a single-player game, including the first and second acts and three categories to choose from. However, during the test, players discovered that the backdoor could unlock more courses.
The old mod in the original Diablo 2 unlocks hidden classes
what happened? On Reddit, user jinfat1 shared a video introducing the capabilities of the Necromancer. However, this seems strange because the Necromancer is not one of the three Alpha categories that players can choose from.
How is that possible? When asked by a user, jinfat1 wrote that he just tried an old Hero Editor modification developed for the original change. Obviously, Resurrected is very close to its original Diablo 2 so that the old mods can work typically.
How did he do that? This is achieved through the Hero Editor module of the original game. You need to create a character and enter it into the editor, and you can play as a necromancer instead of a barbarian. In any case, these classes should be included in the finished game.
Compatibility with the old version is not the first to show how close the Diablo 2 Resurrected is to the original.
What platforms does Das Remaster apply to?
Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S
What is the remastered content? The resurrected Diablo 2 contains the original Diablo II and the expanded Lord of Destruction.
How does Alpha arrive? Overall, the feedback on the alpha test of Diablo 2 Resurrected is very positive. Graphical improvements and changes in the quality of life were praised.