Sony 'open for business' on cross-play, but Wargroove dev claims otherwise

Postado Fevereiro 14, 2019

"We now don't support cross-platform play, but are always working on new features and improvements we can add to our game", an official Respawn message notes on the subject.

We've found ourselves talking about cross-platform play more and more over the past year or so, with players on Switch, PC and Xbox One regularly enjoying the feature across a number of big titles. I don't believe right now there is any gating factor on that.

The CEO of Chucklefish has responded to Sony's claims that Playstation 4 crossplay is available to any devs and publishers that request it. They talked the talk in 2018 and opened it up for Fornite in "beta" form (Rocket League is coming), but there is work to be done.

Though Layden did not specify, those expectations could include release information for "The Last of Us Part 2", "Ghost of Tsushima" or the game that lets players make their own games, "Dreams". Finn Brice, founder and director of Wargroove developer Chucklefish said on the ResetEra forums that they tried to get Cross platform play with PlayStation, dealing directly with an account manager - who gave them a firm "no".

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"Just wanted to provide some balance on the issue and say that it certainly isn't a question of developers having not contacted their account managers or having dropped the ball".

"Apparently, it is now possible for Chucklefish to "*literally* toggle a switch and have it working, so while "policy work might be more complicated for Sony", it doesn't seem to be a matter of developers not asking like Shawn Layden told GameInformer.

Naturally, this opens the entire topic up for debate once again.

As always, feel free to share your thoughts on this one in our comments section below. On top of that, the games list is a little odd in that it misses some titles you'd think would be shoo-ins for a mini console like this.