PlayStation 4’s Expected Cross-Play System Releases Beta
Sony has been working on a ‘join multiple platforms in one session’ system called cross-play for PlayStation 4. Sony says the system is out of beta, and developers will be able to add it to their games.
The cross-platform support called “Cross-Play” is a system that allows players from different platforms to gather on the same servers. Although this system, which is currently in Fortnite, has been subject to much criticism, it remains a system that some players like.
The long-awaited Cross-Play support is now available for the Playstation 4. According to Wired, Sony has completed the beta testing of the cross-play system, and developers can now add cross-play to their games.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare may be the first big game to use this feature
Although Sony has not announced an official announcement that cross-play has come out of beta, the cross-play feature is now available, according to an interview with Sony’s CEO Jim Ryan, Wired. According to reports, the first major PS4 game to use this feature will be Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.
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The PlayStation 4 players were beginning to think that this system would never come, because Sony hadn’t made a statement for a long time. The cross-platform support at Fortnite was also blocked, but the company offered a surprise to cross-platform support, which delighted some players and angered others.