Diablo 4 Best Platform

If you’re wondering what the best platform for Diablo 4 is and don’t know whether to play it on PC or console, we’re here to dispel those worries. We will explain why you can relax and just get the game on whichever platform you like most. Let’s begin.

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diablo 4 best platform
Diablo 4 Best Platform

Best Platform for Diablo 4

Really, the best platform to play Diablo 4 on is whichever one you prefer. Honestly, what else would be the answer? It’s a triple-A game that’s being developed simultaneously for PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5; every version is (probably) going to play equally well. It’s all up to personal preference. I mean, I suppose PC gives you the choice of peripheral. Like, you can go with either mouse and keyboard or controller. But if your PC doesn’t meet the minimum requirements and you own one of the consoles Diablo 4 will launch on, then go with that. Honestly, it will most likely work perfectly fine on both PC and consoles. So, if that’s what you’re worried about, there’s no real reason to be.

All that said, another thing you might be considering when it comes to which platform is the best for Diablo 4 is where your friends are playing. As in, is it going to be easier to play with people on the same platform? The answer to that is “probably not.” Diablo 4 is going to have full crossplay and cross-progression support through your Battle.net account. Therefore, if you decide to play on console and your friends are on PC, or vice versa, there should be no problems. You’ll be able to play with people across all platforms without any major hiccups. I mean, it might get a bit hairy at launch when thousands pour in, but that will taper off in a couple of days tops. So, once more for the cheap seats in the back: play Diablo 4 on whatever platform you like most.

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