"Online Multiplayer supports up to eight players, and Cross-Network play will be supported as well, allowing Switch players to hit the field with players on Steam and Xbox One".
Not that he had to tell me. While Nintendo and Microsoft are all for this functionality, Sony has taken a no-go approach to the idea as of this time. But Mario Kart's influence carried through to one of the biggest factors of the Switch version - local multiplayer. Of course, it wouldn't be a Nintendo game without having Nintendo-exclusive content.
Rocket League already counted itself among one of the few games that allowed cross-platform play between PC and a console. He said with a smile on his face. And right now the only company keeping that from happening is Sony.
"I'm really happy just as a gamer - let alone working for the company - that crossplatform play is possible", Scibetta said. He spoke at length about the joys of taking player feedback and rewarding their fan base with real, tangible changes. I'm not a complete football nut, but I follow my team closely - West Ham Utd, for my sins - and, because of the official licences, EA's FIFA has always been my go-to franchise.More news: Georgia District 6 Congressional race most expensive ever
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A couple. Gore, for one thing.
"We also do have a technical solution in place for PS4 and would love to add Sony's platform to cross-play at the start of open beta", CD Projekt CEO Marcin Iwiński said previous year regarding Gwent. The performance of the game, the developer argues, is more important than pure visual fidelity. "His girlfriend walked in as he was playing and caught him playing Rocket League and freaking out as he's wearing this pigeon mask". The Metroidvania game created an incredibly realistic interpretation of Batman and featured super exploration and boss battles to remember. It is also featured in the TV ads they run.
Microsoft and Psyonix have both responded to the comments, but that isn't quite the end of the story, as the developer still hasn't given up on getting Sony involved with the Rocket League action.