Fans of the original Blizzard games unite as the original Diablo, Warcraft and Warcraft II have now been made available through Battle.net.
As of today, Blizzard has made three of its legacy titles, including the first Diablo, Warcraft: Orcs and Humans as well as Warcraft II: Tides of Darkness available via Battle.net to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Warcraft universe. 1994’s Warcraft sells for $5.99, while the first Diablo and Warcraft II sells for $9.99. It should be noted that all of these titles are the original games that were released in the 90’s without visual enhancements or whatsoever.
Face the Lord of Terror (again?) in Diablo
Beneath the cathedral of Tristram, past the catacombs and deep caves, a Prime Evil grows in strength. Terror grips the townsfolk. They pray for an adventurer to descend into the darkness, avenge their fallen friends, and save Tristram. Will you answer the call? With three iconic character classes, 16 levels of old-school dungeon delving, and multiplayer demon-slaying, the stage is set for your return to 1997’s Diablo–the title that launched one of gaming’s most enduring action-RPG universes.
Revisit the Horde and Alliance origins in Warcraft: Orcs & Humans
As fearsome invaders from another world threaten the peace, Azeroth calls for a hero to lead its human defenders in battle…or conquer this realm in the name of the orcish Horde! Explore two dozen missions across two separate campaigns, battle your friends in 2-player versus mode, and more! If you’ve ever wondered what it was like to fight at the dawn of the Warcraft saga, this is your chance to see how it all began.
Fight for honor in Warcraft II: Tides of Darkness
The greatest strategists of the Alliance and the Horde race towards a terrifying clash as war continues to rage across Azeroth. It’s up to you to defend this world and its people…or crush these pitiful weaklings and claim their realm for the Horde! Follow both factions in 28 missions across two epic campaigns, go Beyond the Dark Portal once you’ve completed the Tides of Darkness, and get creative with the Warcraft II map editor.
Will you be playing these classics through once more? Hit the comments below.