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Overwatch’s Cross-Play Feature Is Now Live!

A new way for you and your friends to play!

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Overwatch’s highly anticipated cross-play feature is finally here, allowing players on the Nintendo Switch, PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.

Cross-Play is now here, allowing players on different platforms to group up and play Overwatch together! All console players are required to make a Battle.net account and link it to their console account. Everyone who logs into Overwatch by the end of 2021 will receive a Golden Loot Box to celebrate. For more information, head to the Overwatch website for detailed instructions on linking a Battle.net account with your console, as well as answers to many frequently asked questions about Cross-Play.

Via Blizzard Entertainment

All players are required to create a Battle.net account, and console players will only be matched with other console players unless they group up with PC players. To better help the mix of platforms, some changes have been made to certain character damage and mechanics. You can check out the latest patch notes for more information.

Cross-play is a long-awaited feature, it is noted that progression won’t be shared across the different platforms.

Overwatch is available now for PC, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and the Nintendo Switch.

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