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So what's the plan for this session? The game actually got it's hooks into me last week. Non-seasonal, I'm Paragon 500 now and running Torment XI Rifts/Greater Rifts. I ended up deleting my seasonal character since it's too far into the current season for me to want to bother with that, I'll probably play one next season though.
We could potentially do a non-seasonal power levelling session if people have characters they want to get to 70, and possibly do some Rift farming if anybody has interest in doing that. My current mission is to get a Star of Azkaranth, though being the rarest item in the game, who knows if I'll ever even see one. I did get an ancient version of it's little sister, Countess Julia's Cameo, early yesterday. You know those lasers of death that arcane enchanted elites have? They heal me now.
If I simply create a Greater Rift on Torment IV and beat it, will it count/jump me up to the proper difficulty, do you know?
If you can find somebody to run you through a higher one, it will unlock all the ones up to that one. I did 47 (45 is T10) with a buddy and unlocked everything up to that.
That's good. Are you playing vanilla Diablo II or do you have the expansion installed as well? The core game only supports 640x480, but the expansion has 800x600, which should work fine with Windows 10.
I can confirm I've had no issues with games running in 640x480 on Windows 10. I've played quite a few (including D2) and they all ran just fine full screen.
Everybody make sure that you have patched the game, many of the issues with it are fixed with the patch. Do not the game will no longer patch itself when you try to connect to Battle.net, so you will need to manually download and install the patch from here or here. The digital version of the game does not come patched, so if that's the one you are using, you will still need to patch.
Also! Don't forget that the Battle.net account you use for Diablo II is not the same one you use for the Battle.net site and the Blizzard launcher, it is a completely separate account, so unless you have played Diablo II in the past month, you will need to make a new account.