Sony unites: cross-play on PlayStation 4 left beta and has already earned in PUBG

Sony unites: cross-play on PlayStation 4 left beta and has already earned in PUBG

The Japanese company continues to tear down walls between platforms, having completed beta testing of cross-play on PS4.

Sony unites: cross-play on PlayStation 4 left beta and has already earned in PUBG

Sony has long resisted the cross-player, and before Fortnite players on the PlayStation 4 could only play with PC and smartphone users. As a result, Sony lost, taking a step towards a common multiplayer with the Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. Then the company only tested cross-play, and now it is ready for a full-fledged launch of the function.

What is known

If you believe Wired, then Sony without a public announcement released cross-play on the PlayStation 4 from the beta stage. This means that now the studio, which wants to make a multiplayer game, will be able to combine players with the Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PS4.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will be the first project that will support common multiplayer at the start. In addition, on October 1, PUBG developers released a 4.3 update for consoles, and now the owners of the PS4 and Xbox One can fight against each other. Since Sony finished beta testing cross-play, there will be even more games with this feature.

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