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The kingdom of Khandaras has fallen into chaos. An unknown force of evil has swept across the land, plunging it into civil war and terrorizing the populace. A mad king, his missing son, and a mysterious Archbishop are all pieces to the puzzle that faces you. You have journeyed to the source of the evil, the town of Tristram, now inhabited by only a handful of survivors. The cathedral there is built over the ruins of an ancient monastery, and now eerie lights and sounds are heard echoing through its abandoned halls. Perhaps the answer lies within the remains of a forgotten past.


At the European Computer Trade Show, Blizzard Entertainment announced Diablo II.


Five all-new character classes with unique attributes and abilities.
Four different fully populated towns, complete with wilderness areas.
Multiple dungeons, caverns and crypts in every town for players to explore.
Expanded world filled with all-new quests, weapons, spells, armour, monsters and non-player characters.
Advanced combat system which incorporates class-specific fighting techniques and spells.
New Battle.net options including increased multiplayer support, an on-line trading post and worldwide rankings.

Diablo II is currently slated for a late 1998 release.


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