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Diablo 4 cross-progression explained

Learn whether or not Diablo 4 cross-progression exists, and if so, how it works and what you can carry over between the different versions.

Diablo 4 cross-progression - Inarius and Lilith are holding hands.

Is there Diablo 4 cross-progression? Modern games have become more linked up than ever before, with cloud technology enabling gamers to start a game on their high-spec PC and continue playing it on a PlayStation they bought while getting their PC repaired. Cross-progression has many handy uses such as this, so it’s an absolutely massive deal when games include this much-appreciated feature.

This is especially true for Diablo 4, as it’s one of those games where losing progress is as bad as burning an evening meal to cinders. After all, it’s an RPG game where you can find legendary loot, and it’s the worst feeling in the world, sighing to yourself about what could have been before leaving it behind. As Diablo 3 had cross-progression, you might expect Diablo 4 cross-progression to be a no-brainer, especially as Diablo 4 crossplay exists as well. However, not every game has this combination of features, so does Diablo 4 cross-progression exist?

Diablo 4 cross-progression - Inarius and Lilith creating the Nephalim, human-like creatures that were equal parts angel and demon in nature.

Does Diablo 4 have cross-progression?

Yes, Diablo 4 has full cross-progression across all platforms where the game is available. All of your saves will work, no matter which version of the game you play, including compatibility with pre-order bonuses between different versions, as everything is tied to the same Battle Net account.

In even better news, while the PC version does not have Diablo 4 couch co-op, your progress will carry over. So, in theory, you could jump from your PC save, to a console, have an absolute blast with your friends, then hightail it back to your fortress of solitude with all the loot you earned. Speaking of loot, we’ve got a piece explaining Diablo 4 Ancestral items, and why not take a look at Diablo 4’s most powerful sword finally being uncovered by a dedicated player – something to aim for, at least?