A few weeks before the release of Diablo 2: Resurrected, Blizzard Entertainment showcases the different categories in short single videos. Paladins and Amazons are the next two categories, after barbarians and witches, to receive a video presentation.
On September 23, Diablo 2: Resurrected will be released for PC, Playstation 4 and 5 as well as Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S. Blizzard insists on keeping fan expectations up, gradually releasing short videos introducing the different categories in Diablo 2: Resurrected. .
Paladin and Amazon chapters
After the barbarian and the witch, next comes the paladins and the amazon. Paladin uses hand-to-hand combat and a variety of different spells to strengthen allies and weaken enemies. He also has several harmful skills, including Smash and Blessed Hammer. ‘Challenge’ increases the defense of all nearby party members, while ‘Strength’ increases the damage they deal. Allies can also be manipulated by paladins, and some spells such as condemnation weaken enemies by reducing their overall defense and resistance.
He convinces Amazons with a higher skill than other classes and specializes in fighting with crossbows, spears and spears. This gives it the advantage of fighting in the short and long term, depending on the situation. The Amazon also has different skills: “fire arrow”, “Zauerpfeil”, “multiple shot” and “lightning strike”. Furthermore, Critical Hit can be used to deal double damage with a certain probability or Poison Spear, which deals extra poison damage. Pounding and baiting are also part of their skills.
For chapters not yet covered, there will likely be more trailers in the near future. In order to engage fans more in the development process, after the end of the open beta phase, Blizzard also asked participants to vote on how they would evaluate the improvements and proposed changes to Diablo 2: Resurrected.
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