The topic of crossplay between platforms has been a hot topic in recent years. De holdning til evnen til at få alle spillere i spil med hinanden, uanset platform eller valg, har gjort en bemærkelsesværdigt 180 for nylig. With Valve, Nintendo, and Microsoft all on board, the only hold up now is Sony.
The company has said that they do not see the need for cross-platform play at this time and though their main appeal Komedie van hun prachtige single-player narratives, veel gamers die hun online bibliotheek hebben, vragen het bedrijf om hun gedachten te veranderen. Even other big names in the industry have been putting on the pressure including Fortnite's Epic Games and the team behind Rocket League. Now the latest voice to add to that fire is record-breaking streamer Ninja, the first to ever hit over a million followers on the streaming service. To say he's not happy is an understatement.
Tyler "Ninja" Became recently in a interview with Polygon to talk about Sony and their "greed." "I mean, like, obviously I love Sony, I love PlayStation," started the Streamer. "I've been playing them my whole life. […] But, when push comes to shove, it's a business decision. Der er en grunn til at de ikke tillader spillere på PlayStation å spille med Xbox. And I mean ̵
What really set the outcry against Sony off was, funny enough, the game that skyrocketed Ninja into fame: Fortnite. Though the online game is cross-platform with PC and mobile devices, Xbox One players can also play with Switch, while Sony does not want PS4 players to be able to play with other consoles in the interest of fire containment.
" In my opinion, I think [Sony] can make a huge statement in gaming by allowing cross-platform across the board, "he continued. "They really can. They can change the game completely. "
Nintendo has been making big moves in recent months by adding even more stunning games to their library (come on, Warfame is coming – that's amazing!) And making their platform more accessible than ever before.
Would you like to see Sony relinquish their team and join the cross-platform? The play is definitely on and the self-imposed "island" that the PlayStation camp has found itself on. play fun? Sound off with your thoughts in the comments section below!