As of today, Psynoix’s Rocket League, a game of soccer played with cars, now supports cross-play across all platforms.
In an announcement from Psynoix’s, the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC gamers can play a match with their friends regardless of the hardware. It’s like a dream that’s finally started to materialize in the real world.
All My Friends 🚐🚗🚛🚙
— Rocket League (@RocketLeague) January 14, 2019
This also means that as of right now, Rocket League is the second game that fully supports cross-platform play. The first being, Fortnite. Minecraft was close to being the second, however, the title is still not available cross-platform play on the PlayStation 4.
Hard to imagine that something like is even happening. Especially with Sony’s stance previously, where they were dead set on not allowing cross-platform play to be enabled on the PlayStation 4. It’s refreshing to see that it all turned around and now we’re embracing a world of cross-platform play. It’s definitely the future and the evolution of gaming and I’m glad to see that the major companies are willing to see that this is exactly what the gamers really wanted.
Now that Rocket League has been added to the list, what other games would you like to see embrace cross-platform play?