Asus ROG Ally
The Asus Ally is a handheld gaming device and Steam Deck competitor. Diablo 4 should run great on it.
Players on Linux distros won't have native support for Diablo 4, but can use Wine and Lutris to play.
There will be no native Mac/MacOS version of Diablo 4. Players will likely be able to use Boot Camp to play.
Blizzard won't be releasing any version of Diablo 4 on mobile devices. Diablo: Immortal will have to suffice.
For the first time in a Diablo game, PC players can use controllers, just like console players can.
You'll need a somewhat modern machine and to handle Diablo 4's demanding gameplay.
The game has three official platforms for its June 6, 2023 release date: PC/Windows, PlayStation, and Xbox.
Valve's popular handheld gaming device, the Steam Deck, should support Diablo 4 -- with tweaks.
Unlike Diablo 3, there will be no Nintendo Switch version of Diablo 4. The hardware demands are too high.
Diablo 4 has over 150 error codes to help players understand login, messaging, and multiplayer issues.
Health bars, highlights, item labels, tooltips, and more are customizable in Diablo 4's Gameplay Settings.
Diablo 4 will support a wide range of screen resolutions, aspect ratios, and devices, including ultrawide monitors.
There's keybinds for skills, movement, potions, mounts, and more in the Settings > Controls tab.
Similar to other Blizzard titles, Diablo 4 will likely support many of the top spoken languages in the world.
Chat windows, chat bubbles, and notifications can all be tweaked to the player's liking in Diablo 4.
Players can adjust volume controls, voice chat, text-to-speech, subtitle, and loot drop sounds.
Blizzard won't allow addons in Diablo 4, but is integegrating many quality-of-life features into the game.
Players will always have to be connected to the Internet (and Battle.net) to play Diablo 4.
Impressive graphics, flexible settings
Diablo 4 will be the first in the Diablo series to allow cross-play between PCs and consoles (Xbox confirmed, with PlayStation likely). Also, for the first time, PC players can use controllers if they wish. Blizzard has no plans to support third-party addons, hoping to implement everything players need in-game, or an offline mode, since the connected and multiplayer aspects of the game offer the best experience.