One of the best things in Diablo 2: Resurrected players are enjoying a lot is the modernized HD look which is incredibly different compared to its original game. Another incredible thing is that there are several difficulties and modes players can opt into. One of the modes players can play is its Legacy Mode which is available for all platforms and it lets you switch the game mode into the old school and you do not require changing anything in the video settings. However, you will need to turn that mode ON. Here is a quick guide on how to turn on Legacy Mode in Diablo 2: Resurrected.
How to turn on Legacy Mode in Diablo 2: Resurrected
By using Legacy Mode, you can jump forth and back between the early 2000s’ classic mode and modern updated graphics quickly. Here is a quick guide on how you can switch legacy graphics OFF and ON by pressing some simple buttons.
Following are the buttons you need to press on your PC, PlayStation, Nintendo Switch, and Xbox.
– Press G Key on your PC
– Press L2 + Touchpad on the PlayStation
– Press ZL + Minus buttons on Nintendo Switch
– Press LT + View buttons on Xbox
If you have no idea where is the option of Legacy Graphics Setting in the game, well for this: go to Options Menu and under the Video section, go to Legacy Video Options. From here, you can set certain things like lighting and resolution.
That’s all for this guide on How to Turn on Legacy Mode in Diablo 2: Resurrected.
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