When we ask a question in the headline of a post, we're expected to answer it — so when we ask Should you play Diablo 2: Resurrected on console or PC? you'd be forgiven for being frustrated with answers like yes or it depends or whichever, it really doesn't matter.
Right now, if you play Overwatch on the Switch, or Xbox, or PlayStation, you can only play with other people playing on that console, not with people on other consoles or the PC.
Unlike the original, Diablo 2: Resurrected is going to be playable on a number of platforms, including Windows PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X and S, and Nintendo Switch.
I own Diablo 3 on the Playstation 4, the Xbox One, and PC.
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It's no secret that Blizzard has had a rough past couple of years.
This is a question people are often asking, especially now that Diablo 3 is playable on so many platforms — Windows and Mac, Playstation 3 and 4, Xbox 360 and One, and the Nintendo Switch as well.
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Not long ago, Blizzard released the minimum system requirements for the upcoming World of Warcraft: Legion expansion — and the requirements for Overwatch are pretty hefty too. Responses to these requirements ranged from, "That's really not a big jump at all" to "My poor potato is going to explode." One thing seemed overwhelmingly clear, though: a lot of players weren't really sure what the requirements meant in terms of their own computers.
According to Game Informer, GameStop employees have been told this morning that they can begin telling customers that Overwatch is coming to the PS4 and Xbox One, and that the price for all versions (including PC) is $59.99.