Diablo 4 Beta: Crossplay & Cross-Progression Multiplayer Explained

Crossplay multiplayer in Diablo 4 is a much-requested feature, but is it actually in the game? We'll show you everything you need to know.

Diablo 4 Crossplay
Diablo 4 cross-play & cross-progression explained | © Activision Blizzard

Diablo 4 is finally coming out on June 6, with a closed beta from March 17-19 and an open beta the following weekend offering players the chance to try the game out. But, as usual with any new game coming out nowadays, one important question remains: Does Diablo 4 have cross-play? We will give you all the answers you need.

Diablo 4 Cross-Play & Cross-Progression

Rejoice, people: Diablo 4 does have cross-play. Blizzard has confirmed this on the official Diablo support site. So, if you're on PC, you can play with your friends on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series and Xbox One, or vice versa. Mix and match as you want, no biggie. That should also apply to the beta, of course.

And you know what? That's not all: Diablo 4 also features cross-progression. So if you're swapping platforms, you can carry over your progress easy-peasy. Fantastic.

If you want to use cross-play or cross-progression, you just need a Battle.Net account. This shouldn't be a problem, as you need one to play the game anyway. Just make sure you have everyone you want to play with in your friends list, and then you should be able to play with each other, no matter what platform you're on.

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