We shared with you in the past weeks that the team-based FPS game Overwatch will gain cross-platform support The popular game, which gained the cross-play feature as of June 23, today, after years of waiting, will now allow users on different platforms to compete with each other.
Overwatch cross-platform support; It can be used in Quick Play, Arcade and Custom modes. The feature, released for PlayStation, Xbox, Switch and PC, has some special matchmaking rules .

For example; The game's ranked Competitive mode will only bring together console players for now. So PC and console users will not be able to play together in this mode. Additionally, the update does not allow players to progress across platforms using the cross-play feature.

This means that once you start playing Overwatch on PS4, you won't be able to pick up where you left off on PC, but game director Aaron Keller said that could change in the future . In the meantime, let's squeeze in the information that cross-play is used automatically on PC and cannot be disabled.

Players who want to experience the Overwatch cross-platform feature , which is currently in beta, must first create a Battle.net account . Blizzard has announced that all players who log into Overwatch before the end of the year will receive a Golden Lootbox .

Long story short, starting today, PC, PlayStation, Xbox and Nintendo Switch users will be able to compete with each other in the same arena, regardless of platform. Was Overwatch cross-platform support a feature you expected? We welcome your feedback in the comments section below!