If you too have been playing Diablo 2: Resurrected just like the rest of us, you may have come across the Gem Activated message. This seems to be an easter egg from the developers of the game, in a nod to the original Diablo 2 game. For the newer players though, this message might be rather confusing. If you have been struggling to fathom what this message means or indicates, do not worry. In this article, we will explain all there is to know about the message and what it means.
Diablo 2 Resurrected Gem Activated Explained
In Diablo 2 Resurrected, you will come across something known as the Chat Gem. This particular gem will be located in the center of the chat feature of the game, and the game itself. You will find the gem whenever you open the chat. Upon further inspection, you will notice that the said gem is actually interactive in nature. This means that clicking on it will actually cause the button to display some sort of animation or text.
And this is exactly what happens whenever you click on the gem. When you do so, the gem will change and display the following message: “Gem Activated”. If you press it again, you will receive the following message: “Gem Deactivated”.
Clicking on the gem several times will result in a “Perfect Gem Activated” message, or a “Moooo”. Despite countless tries, there seems to be no legitimate explanation behind the occurrence of these messages.
The developers of the game themselves have claimed that the message has no real value, nor does it have any specific function or purpose. Even then, the intention behind the presence of the message has not quite been explained. This gives all the more confirmation that the message simply has no meaning.
And that’s about it. That is all you need to know about the “Gem Activated” message in Diablo 2 Resurrected. Since there’s no real meaning to the message, you can enjoy it for what it actually is, and that is a homage to the original game.
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