Diablo III is an incredibly popular action game that relies on higher levels of difficulty and rushes to keep players hooked. The title is available on a variety of platforms like Xbox One and PlayStation 4, and it will soon come to Nintendo Switch.
Cross-play is a growing trend in the gaming industry, and many games now support it. Now that even Sony has committed to opening up its PlayStation platform, it appears that other titles will also make use of the service.
Talking to Business Insider, Blizzard Entertainment said the following. It seems that the developer wants to enable crossover between all platforms for Diablo III. Soon you will be able to defeat Hell's Legion with your friends on other consoles.
"It's a matter of when, not if," told a Blizzard Entertainment Representative Business Insider during a gameplay demo of Diablo 3 on Nintendo Exchange this week. Although there is nothing official to announce yet, the people behind "Diablo 3" actively work with partners on Sony and Microsoft to enable cross-game console with "Diablo 3" on Switch.
Hopefully, Blizzard can convince Sony to allow cross-game for Diablo III as well. Currently Fortnite only has the ability to play with consoles like Xbox One.
Diablo III launched many years ago, and, like other Blizzard titles, gets exemplary support after launch. The title is the newest entry in the legendary franchise that pit travels demonic against the treacherous Diablo and other villains.
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