Minecraft, Rocket League, Fortnite, etc CrossPlay on every Platform but Sony because...

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    Okay. That's why no-one complained then - it's not having an affect on the games for the vast majority.
     
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    Not on Sea of Thieves. Since the launch, all console & PC players play together & there's no option to segregate them. That will change soon though. Cross play will be optional for console gamers who use a controller & want to play with other console players with the same. This is meant help even the playing field & they're doing it prior to launching the PvP-mode called The Arena. Should get more news soon on when that's going to happen in the next week or so.

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    Not about crossplay, but about limits imposed by Sony...

    Sony is the Reason We {Bungie and Destiny} Cannot Do Character Transfers

    Was just listening to the latest Kotaku Splitscreen podcast episode. Right around the 57 minute mark, Jason Schreier mentions that Bungie wanted to enable character transfers between PC, Xbox, and Sony. He then stated Sony wouldn’t allow it.

    https://overcast.fm/+FKOYoMxYg/57:15

     
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