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Submitted by emtropy 56d ago | news

Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition Has Cross-Platform Saves

Have Diablo III on PS3 or Xbox 360 and want to continue your character on a next-gen console? No problem. (Diablo III Ultimate Evil Edition, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

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nope111  +   56d ago
That's really awesome. More games needs to do that.
guitarded77  +   56d ago
It usually means a shared trophy/achievement set though. I like to re-earn trophies/achievements if I'm gonna play the game again.
Palitera  +   56d ago
I prefer no cross save. PS3, PC and X360 games are filled with modded/hacked/cheated stuff, so I'd prefer a clean version for a change.

I like the MP aspect of these games, the trading of rare/valuable items. Well, it won't exist in Diablo, not in a fair way at least.
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Bigpappy  +   56d ago
not a bad idea, but I am not buying the same game twice.
gamer7804  +   56d ago
Will this work for ps4 and Xbox one I wonder?
ShadowKingx  +   56d ago
according to the article it will.
gamer7804  +   55d ago
Yah that's the impression I got as well. Might have friends on both consoles so would be nice
gamer7804  +   55d ago
apparently the article is wrong, according to destructiod anyways.

it works only from older consoles to the newer ones, here is a link to the article :(

http://www.destructoid.com/...

guess i'll just have to have different characters on each console.
turdburgler1080  +   56d ago
Sweet that means my ps3 account will work on my Xbox one! Thanx blizzard.
STK026  +   56d ago
For a very short instant I got my hopes up for cross save between PC and consoles, and that didn't last very long.

I already played D3 and its expansion on PC, but a few friends of mine are thinking about picking it up on PS4, cross save would have convinced me to re-buy the game.
CorndogBurglar  +   56d ago
I'm starting over with the new Crusader class, and since that class wasn't in the 360 version that means that I won't have any gear for him in my stash. So this doesn't really effect me one way or the other.

However, its still a great feature and definitely deserves to be praised.

Blizzard has really kickstarted themselves ever since they put Diablo 3 on consoles. They've really turned it around. Its like they finally remembered how to make fans happy.

Now...if they would only make Warcraft 4......
Rob Hornecker  +   55d ago
I'm going to transfer my xb360 over to the xb1,but like you I will start a new save with the crusader class also. It will be nice to play the DLC that only PC users had gotten.

They never did release it for the 360 did they?
Sheikah  +   53d ago
So, er..

Will I need to get a hand on a PS3 and a PS3 versiom of Diablo 3 (again), upload savegame via battlenet to be able to play it on my PS4?

Or will there be some kind of magic trick we can do? I am hoping for the latter to be true, cause otherwise it'll involve a lot of fiddeling around :)

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