Get your fusion for cross progression.
Blizzard is gearing up for the big launch of its popular competitive shooter Monitor 2 on October 4 and as such, players will not be able to merge their console and PC accounts for maximum benefit. By choosing to merge their console accounts with their PC Battle.net account, players will be able to take advantage of both the new cross-progression system and ensure they have access to all in-game cosmetic items they have earned. on their PC or console profile under one account.
The cross-progression aspect of merging existing console and PC accounts into a single account is important, as it will put players in good stead before Overwatch 2′upcoming battle pass system. With the cross-progression system in place, players will be able to level up their new shiny Monitor 2 Battle Pass on the platform they want to work with that day, so overall merging the accounts will make things better in the long run.
Players need a Battle.net account in order to play the game in the first place, so it’s worth making sure you understand the ins and outs of Fusion before jumping in. Blizzard has stipulated that players can only link their Battle.net account to an Xbox Live, PlayStation Network and Nintendo account, so it is important that you choose the correct one to merge, as this can also only be done once.
Players will be able to merge their accounts in-game or through Blizzard’s website. From now on, when players log into Monitor 2, they will be prompted to select and confirm the accounts they wish to merge with their Battle.net account. If they do so in-game on their console, players will be presented with an alphanumeric code and a QR code, which they can either manually enter into a Blizzard linking site or scan the QR which will also take them there but will have the pre-filled code. Once approved, the login will be finalized and players will be ready to get started with their unique multi-platform account when the game launches in a few months.
Monitor 2 has been in open beta since June, with Blizzard taking the time to give it the finishing touches and gather player feedback ahead of its mainline release. It is also revealed that the launch of Monitor 2 will mean that support for the original Surveillance will be retired, as the team is only focused on the next iteration of its popular FPS. Players of the original game still have some time to enjoy it, though they’ll have to get to grips with it. Monitor 2 as his replacement.
For details on how to merge your console accounts with your Battle.net account before the release of Monitor 2Check Instruction Guide on the Blizzard website now.
Monitor 2 will launch on October 4. It will be available on PC, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch, with full cross-play support.