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Bethesda has hilariously had a hell in an era of managing Sony politics over the years. Sony blocked confusing Bethesda when it came to console mode and now the publisher is processing another issue in 2018. This time, Bethesda's Pete Hines, in time for Game Informer, said that their view of The Elder Scrolls Legends involves cross-play around; and that the platforms that do not support that vision can be completely ignored.
Hines outlines: "It's our intention that the game should come out, it must be the stuff on any system. We can not have a game that works a way beyond anything that's on the one since this is how it works right now on Apple, Google, Steam and Bethesda.net, it does not matter where you buy stuff if you play it on another platform that things are there. No matter what platform you play On, You play against everyone else playing at the moment. There is no "Oh, it's easier to check, or it's a better framerate on this system." It's a strategic card game. It does not matter . "
When you specifically pressed PS4 support, Hines replied," We continue to talk to all of our platform partners. But they [terms] are essentially non-negotiable. Can not talk about a version of Legends Legends ] where you progress with you, and another version where you live within that island the system or it is walled by everything else. This is contrary to what the game has been about. "
Fornite is obviously the straw that broke the camel's back (when people realized that it was basically turning up the entire Epic account, national news was made) but this has been a problem for some time now . While Microsoft used to be the last-generation holdup, Sony has recently had a blow to platform games. Minecraft also works across Microsoft, Nintendo, Apple and Google platforms ̵
Bethesda Can not Release Elder Rolls: Legends On Systems That Do Not Allow Crossplay [Game Informer]
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