Diablo 2: Resurrected aims to balance being faithful to the 21-year-old original with just enough of an overhaul to bring it in line with modern RPG games. But even with brand new 3D character models, support for 4K resolution gaming monitors, and other graphical improvements, you still won’t need a beefy rig to run the game well.
In fact, most gaming CPUs and graphics cards released over the past decade should play Diablo 2: Resurrected just fine at 720p resolution. As usual, you’re still better off with Intel, AMD, and Nvidia’s finest if you want to crank things up to full HD and boost fps, though.
This isn’t particularly surprising, since Diablo 2: Resurrected is a remaster rather than a full-blown remake. The underlying game engine is identical, which means you’ll even be able to manually transfer local offline save files from the original if you still have them. (Online save files sadly aren’t compatible because of improvements made to Battle.net over the years.)