Diablo 2: Resurrected (opens in new tab) is almost here—the remaster of Blizzard North's classic Action RPG is set for release on September 23. The original was released way back in 2000, and Resurrected has made a lot of improvements to bring the game into the modern age. An open beta weekend (opens in new tab) took place in August, so you may have had a chance to check out the game already.
PC Gamer got an early look at Diablo 2: Resurrected back in April, but if you're keen to jump into Hell at the earliest opportunity and see for yourself, here's when you can play Diablo 2: Resurrected.
Diablo 2: Resurrected release times
Diablo 2 Resurrected will release globally on September 23 at 8am PDT/ 4pm BST/ 5pm CEST. The game can be pre-downloaded through the Battle.net launcher, so you're ready to go as soon as it goes live.
Here's a list of release times across all regions:
- Los Angeles: 8 am PDT
- New York: 11 am EDT
- London: 4 pm BST
- Paris: 5 pm CEST
- Singapore: 11 pm SGT
- Sydney: 1 am (September 24) AEST
If you didn't play the original—or even if you did and want a refresher—this Diablo 2 class guide (opens in new tab) should give you some pointers. Alternatively, here's an early look at Diablo's graphical settings (opens in new tab).