did you not read the update above? you’ll be able to group up with others doing similar to what you are doing?
Blizzard also clarified its reasoning for [removing TCP/IP support], a feature present in the original version of Diablo II. The feature was removed due to it “enabling significant security-related issues” in the game.
“We’re aware that removing this feature adds a large hurdle for talented multiplayer modders in our community,” Blizzard wrote. “Still, our priority is to keep this game’s ecosystem as secure as possible for all of our players.”
Additional changes will be coming to console lobbies in the full version of the game, allowing players to more easily group with other players based on different activities. Despite player requests, Blizzard states console versions of Diablo II: Resurrected will not include the ability to create custom lobbies, though it will “monitor feedback on this topic” following the game’s launch.
Diablo II: Resurrected will support cross-progression across all platforms when it releases September 23, and is available for [preorder] now. The game will release as Blizzard continues to deal with the fallout from a [state of California lawsuit]) alleging the company has a pattern of harassment and discrimination towards women. [Diablo IV], which recently [lost its game director], is currently in development and does not have a release date.