- I have the game on PlayStation, can I also play it on PC?
- Can I transfer the data from my Xbox profile to the PC version?
- I purchased the game on Switch, can I transfer my data to my other console?
- I linked my Battle.net account to my console, but I don't see the option to import my save
Cross-Play and Cross-Progression are different features.
Cross-Play means that you can add friends who play on a different platform to your friends list and play together. For example, if you play on PC and your friend plays the same game on console, you can add each other as friends and play together.
Cross-Play is currently only available in Call of Duty and Overwatch. For all other Battle.net games, players from each platform can only play with friends on the same platform.
Cross-Progression allows you to play a game on PC, console, or mobile while keeping progress and collections across all devices. For paid games, Cross-Progression does not mean that you can buy a game for one platform and then play it on any platform; you are still required to buy the game for each platform.
Cross-Progression is currently only available in Call of Duty, Hearthstone, and Diablo II: Resurrected.
Cross-Play and Cross-Progression in Blizzard games require that you link your console and Battle.net accounts. For Blizzard games that feature Cross-Progression, your progress is stored on your Battle.net account.
Cross-Play and Cross-Progression in Activision games require that you link your console and Activision accounts. For Activision games that feature Cross-Progression, your progress is stored on your Activision account.