The storyline of Diablo II progresses through four acts, with each act following a more or less predetermined path and list of quests. Some quests are optional. The player assumes the role of a hero from one of five different character classes. Players fight monsters through wilderness areas and dungeons in order to level-up their character and gain better items. Combat is in real-time, and shown from an isometric viewpoint. Players also have the option of hiring one of several computer-controlled mercenaries, or hirelings, that follow the player and attack nearby enemies. A powerful boss monster awaits the player at the end of each act. Item drops, monster attributes, and most dungeon layouts are randomly-generated by Diablo II.
Diablo II requires a Radeon Xpress 1200 Series graphics card with a Pentium 4 1.3GHz or Athlon MP processor to reach the recommended specs, achieving high graphics setting on 1080p. Make sure your GPU can run DirectX 8 or Diablo II won’t run. In short you need a 15 year old PC for best Diablo II performance.