Want to know how to respec your character in Diablo 2 Resurrected? Blizzard was very careful when remastering the iconic RPG game as many fans consider Diablo 2 to be the best in the series. Diablo 2 Resurrected brings the visuals of the 2001 smash hit up to modern standards, yet the gameplay remains almost identical to the original game.
Respec, also known as respecialisation, is the act of reallocating your skill points and stats. Diablo 2 didn’t launch with this feature; in fact, it was only added in the 1.13 patch back in 2010. In most RPGs these days, players can reset the stats and skills of their characters at will, but that isn’t the case in Diablo 2 or in the remastered version. The remaster stays true to the original game by limiting the number of times you can respec in a single playthrough.
If you pick a Diablo 2 Resurrected class and you create a suboptimal build, you need to carefully consider your decisions when you respec, as you won’t have the option to respec a second time. Give our Diablo 2 Resurrected beginner’s guide a read to discover more highly important mechanics you may not be aware of. Here’s everything you need to know about the Diablo 2 respec process.
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