Bliz­zard is bring­ing three of its ear­li­est games to mod­ern plat­forms in one pack­age. Dur­ing the Bliz­zCon­line open­ing cer­e­mo­ny, the pub­lish­er unveiled the Bliz­zard Arcade Col­lec­tion — which launched the day of the Bliz­zCon online event.

The Bliz­zard Arcade Col­lec­tion costs $20 and will be avail­able to pur­chase dig­i­tal­ly on PS4, Xbox One, PC and Nin­ten­do Switch. The col­lec­tion is also playable on the PS5 and Xbox Series X/S through back­wards com­pat­i­bil­i­ty, of course.

Accord­ing to Bliz­zard, each of the three games in the Arcade Col­lec­tion comes in its orig­i­nal form, along­side an addi­tion­al “defin­i­tive” edi­tion which fea­tures mod­ern touch-ups. These upgrades vary by title. Rock N Roll Rac­ing adds envi­ron­men­tal effects and sup­ports up to four play­ers, for exam­ple, while Black­thorne’s defin­i­tive edi­tion has addi­tion­al area.

All of the games will also include con­ve­niences of mod­ern gam­ing, like save states, the abil­i­ty to rewind game­play and filters. 

On PC, the Bliz­zard Arcade Col­lec­tion will be include in the com­pa­ny’s Cel­e­bra­tion Col­lec­tion item bun­dles. Those who have already pur­chased one of the bun­dles will auto­mat­i­cal­ly receive the Arcade Col­lec­tion at no extra cost.