No phrase on which platforms will likely be included.
It seems like the favored vehicular soccer sport Rocket League is ready to see cross-platform celebration help in 2018, constructing off of its cross-platform play performance.
When requested on Twitter whether or not the characteristic was coming, the official help account for the sport replied, saying “We’re actively engaged on cross-platform celebration help for a 2018 launch.”
That is according to Psyonix’s roadmap released towards the end of last year, by which the developer mentioned it meant to roll out PsyNet events, the sport’s celebration system, to all gamers in 2018.
The account additionally clarified there isn’t a particular details about which platforms will likely be supported at launch.
Extra cross-play help isn’t any shock as Psyonix’s Vice President Jeremy Dunham told IGN at last year’s E3 “I feel with out cross-network play you’re virtually holding again the development of video games in a approach.” With its reveal on the Swap ultimately 12 months’s E3, Psyonix has opened up cross-play among Switch, Xbox, and PC players. As of August of final 12 months, Psyonix said talks were still ongoing with PlayStation to permit for cross-play with different consoles.
And on the finish of final 12 months, IGN re-reviewed Rocket League given its many updates, new content material, and debut on Swap.