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.