Yes, you can now play games (such as World of Warcraft) on your ultrawide monitor with the help of a simple registry hack. The hack, which is called widescreen hack, was developed by a user called “Limit”, who is a member of the Diablo 2: Lord of Destruction community. The hack allows you to play Diablo 2 (and other games) with a 16:10 resolution and with an ultrawide aspect ratio.
While the game’s original expansion, Diablo 2: Lord of Destruction, offered support for Ultrawide displays, the game itself did not make use of this feature. Recently, however, Blizzard has announced that Diablo 3 will support Ultrawide displays on both Windows and Mac platforms.
Since we last saw Diablo 2, we’ve seen it get more and more of a following on the PC, and we’ve seen it get more and more of a following on the Xbone and PS4. Now we see it on the PS4 Pro and the Xbone Scorpio. Today we’re going to look at the PS4 Pro and the Xbone Scorpio and why they’re better than the PS4 and the Xbone, and how this isn’t a good thing.
Diablo 2 has come back to life! But not in the way you’d expect. It has been turned into a browser game, which means you need to download it to your computer, sign in to it, and play.. Read more about diablo 2 resurrected super ultrawide and let us know what you think.
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