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Overwatch is coming to Switch, PlayStation, Xbox and PC

Blizzard Entertainment Brings Cross-Platform Gameplay To Note and watch, a long-requested update that will allow multiplayer between Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One. playing in Note and watch supported by Battle.net’s latest update to Blizzard’s online multiplayer infrastructure, the game developer said on Wednesday.

Note and watch Also playable via backward compatibility on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, these players will also be welcomed in Hero’s new future cross-play.

he participates in Note and watchThe co-play feature requires players to have a Battle.net account and link it to their console accounts on PlayStation, Switch, or Xbox. Blizzard said the global update also merges Battle.net friend lists from different regions (except China) into a unified list, “so players no longer need to change regions in Battle.net just to play with friends on the other side of the planet. “

Reality, Blizzard said in the instructions, with the addition of cross play, everything Note and watch Players will need to create a Battle.net account or log into an existing Battle.net account to play the game, whether or not they wish to participate in co-play.

Blizzard also said that cross-play support for Note and watch It will not mean cross progression. Your level and cosmetics will not move between platforms.

Cross-play will be available in all Note and watch Game modes, but Blizzard limits how cross-play can work in the game’s competitive mode. Console players will be matched with each other, while PC players will only be matched with other players on the game. PC only in competitive mode. Note and watch Players will be able to opt out of cross play, but they will only be matched with other players who have opted out, which will reduce the number of matches available.

Note and watchBlizzard has announced that a cross-beta version will be released “soon” on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation, Windows PC and Xbox. Game Director Aaron Keeler provided additional details on the cross-play in Wednesday’s developer update video, which you can watch above.

Blizzard is currently working Monitor 2. The sequel will put more emphasis on PvE Co-op Play, I will introduce New Game Mode, Will Change Squad Size and Formation. It will also welcome a new hero to the roster, Stay.

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