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Diablo 2 Fast Facts
- Diablo II was originally released on June 29, 2000.
- Contrary to popular belief, Diablo II was not developed by Blizzard Entertainment, but by the now defunct company of Blizzard North, which was formerly called Condor.
- Diablo II is the sequel to Diablo and the prequel to Diablo III. Additionally, the first game had an expansion pack called Hellfire, while the second game had one named Lord of Destruction.
- Back in Blizzard North's Condor days, they developed Justice League Task Force and the NFL Quarterback Club series.
- This game has been made available for Windows, Mac OS and Mac OSX systems.
- The game hit the one million mark less than two weeks after release. It sold four million units in a year.
- In total, Diablo II is estimated to have sold over 11 million copies worldwide.
- The Diablo II Battle Chest, which included the original game, its expansion pack, and a strategy guide, was the 19th best selling game of 2008.
- The 2001 Interactive Achievement Awards named Diablo II as both 'Game of the Year' and 'Computer Role Playing Game of the Year.'
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