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PlayStation & PC Versions Of Diablo 3 Will Not Interact

Blizzard has confirmed that PC characters of Diablo 3 will not be transferable to the PlayStation 3 and 4 versions of the game, they also confirmed the PlayStation versions of the game will not support USB mouse and keyboard attachments.

On the Blizzard Forums Community Manager Vaeflare shared the news with fans, also confirming that the PC version of the game won’t use an analog controller, though the PlayStation versions will.

While we think cross-platform play would be awesome, there are currently no plans to allow connectivity between PlayStation Network and (this is pretty standard for most games that have PC and console support).” Vaeflare stated. “As a result, the characters on your account and PlayStation account will also remain separate.”

He continued by explaining why these two varied console methods are not allowed for both versions of Diablo 3, “In terms of allowing an analog controller hookup for the PC, we don’t have any plans for that kind of support right now. Similarly, since Diablo III for console was designed with a controller in mind, the PlayStation version of Diablo III will not support USB mice or keyboards.

The game will be playable at PAX next month, where we will get our first look at the redesigned console-friendly HUD. We were given our first look at the visual last week, when Blizzard recently released images of the PlayStation versions.

Earlier today we also reported that the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 versions of Diablo 3 would allow offline play, meaning that you can still play the game and enjoy the couch cooperative features without having an internet connection.

Source: IGN

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