Diablo II (PC/MAC)
HTC Vive Support
Oculus Rift Support
Windows Mixed Reality Support

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Downloadable Content
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Partial Controller Support
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VR Support
Steam Workshop
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Valve Anti-Cheat Enabled
Steam Leaderboards
Includes Level Editor
Commentary Available
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Includes Soundtrack
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A hero must rise

Diablo, the Lord of Terror, has fallen to a brave hero beneath the church of Tristram. Now that hero is gone, replaced by a Dark Wanderer who roams the world of Sanctuary leaving death and destruction in his wake. As a hero of humanity, you must face the minions of Diablo’s evil brothers and stop the Dark Wanderer before he fulfills his terrible destiny.

Become a legendary hero

Battle Hell’s minions as the Amazon, Sorceress, Necromancer, Paladin, or Barbarian, each with unique skills and abilities. As you journey across the immense world of Sanctuary, you’ll learn new skills, find powerful new weapons and armor, and enhance your gear with magic as your hero’s power and legend grow.

Master multiple levels of difficulty

As you grow in power, you can take on the minions of Diablo in Nightmare Mode for greater challenge and greater rewards. Grow strong enough and enter Hell Mode, where your foes become truly fearsome, but the rewards are epic!

Defeat Diablo online with your friends

Take the fight online with up to seven of your friends via Battle.net, Blizzard Entertainment’s free online gaming service. Find games, trade, and compete in regional ladders during ongoing seasonal competitions.

    Listed below are the minimum System Requirements for Diablo II and Lord of Destruction.

    Windows Single-player Requirements:

    • Window Vista*, XP or 2000
    • 233 MHz Pentium or equivalent
    • 32 MB of RAM
    • DirectX™ compatible video card that supports 640x480 resolution (800x600 for the expansion)
    • 650 MB HD space
    • 4X CD-ROM drive

    Windows Multi-player Requirements and Options:

    • 64 MB of RAM
    • 950 MB HD space
    • 28.8 Kbps or faster modem
    • Open Battle.net game Creators and TCP/IP game Hosts: 128MB RAM recommended (256MB RAM in games with over 4 players)
    • Up to 8 Players over TCP/IP Network or Battle.net® (Requires low-latency Internet connection with support for 32-bit applications)

    Optional 3D Acceleration:

    • Supports Glide™ and Direct 3D™ compatible video cards with at least 8MB of video RAM. Direct 3D™ requires 64 MB of system RAM

    * Local administrator access required.

    Macintosh Single-player Requirements:

    • OS X Mac OS 10.3.9 to 10.6.X
    • G3 Processor or Equivalent
    • 64 MB RAM plus Virtual Memory
    • Video support for 256 color display at 800x600 Resolution
    • 650 MB HD space
    • 4X CD-ROM drive

    Macintosh Multi-player Requirements and Options:

    • 64MB RAM plus Virtual Memory
    • 950 MB available hard drive space
    • 28.8 Kbps or faster modem
    • Up to 8 Players over TCP/IP Network or Battle.net® (Requires low-latency Internet connection with support for 32-bit applications)

    Optional Mac 3D Acceleration:

    • Supports Glide™, OpenGL (v.1.1.2 or higher), or RAVE

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