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Diablo Immortal: How Does Cross-Play Work

Thanks to Diablo Immortal’s cross-play, you can play with your friends no matter what device they play on.

Diablo Immortal will soon launch on PC, iOS, and Android devices as a free-to-play title.

Blizzard has been vocal about its efforts to make both versions of the game a great experience, no matter the hardware.

At its core, Diablo Immortal is a mobile game. The PC version certainly has some improvements to take advantage of the more powerful hardware and bigger screen real state.

However, regarding content and gameplay, both versions of the game offer the same experience. This unified experience allows for seamless cross-play between platforms in Diablo Immortal.

Here is how you can enjoy cross-play with friends on Diablo Immortal!

Diablo Immortal Boss Fight
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How to Cross-Play With Friends on Diablo Immortal – PC & Mobile

Similarly to cross-progression, all you need to play with friends is to have a Battle.net account linked to your Diablo Immortal PC or mobile version.

The game will automatically recognize any player you have on your Friends list, whether they are playing on PC or mobile.

However, you need to make sure all parties are appropriately logged into their Battle.net accounts. On mobile, Diablo Immortal offers the possibility of using guest accounts.

Even if your friends use a guest account, they can later log in to or create a Battle.net account. This allows players to use that save data for cross-play.

As well, if you want to play the game on another device, Diablo Immortal supports cross-progression.

The game launches soon on PC as a beta. If you want to enjoy it on PC, you can already pre-load the Diablo Immortal.

Read More: Diablo Immortal – Release Date and Global Launch Times

Diablo Immortal Mobile Gameplay
Blizzard Entertainment

However, you might want to check your PC or mobile device meets the requirements to play Diablo Immortal before downloading.

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