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Borderlands 3 introduces cross-play, but not on Playstation

As usual in the history of the franchise, Borderlands 3 has received intensive support from Gearbox Software over the months, with the progressive release of the usual impressive amount of content and ...
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Outriders, the server problems have not been solved yet, the developers explain the ...

Outriders has been available for a few days on the various consoles on PC. Although the servers are more stable since launch, all is not well yet. Put simply, the servers didn't hold up ...

Apex Legends, cross-play has a release date

Apex Legends is preparing to welcome cross-play between the various platforms. PC, Xbox and Playstation gamers will be able to battle in the arenas of World's Edge and King's Canyon starting October 6, ...

GWENT is officially available on Steam

CDProjekt RED announced that GWENT: The Witcher Card Game is now available on Steam. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_jmQJ4SlKUQ&feature=youtu.be The version on the Valve store presents total cross-play with all other platforms, including mobile, and ...
NBA 2K Playgrounds 2 full cross-play support between PC and console

NBA 2k Playgrounds 2 - Full cross-play support

Saber Interactive has released a new free update for NBA 2K Playgrounds 2 which introduces full support for cross-play between PCs and consoles. Put simply PC players can play online ...

Crash Team Racing: Nitro-Fueled will not have cross-play, at least initially

Thomas Wilson of Beenox said in a recent interview that there is no cross-play between consoles in Crash Team Racing: Nintro-Fueled.
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"Sony's cross-play policies are frustrating"

Cross-play has now become a topic of fundamental importance for the entire gaming world, which affects gamers, developers and, of course, the great giants of the industry. Clearly, it is ...

Epic Games wants cross-play for everyone and will publish tools to help ...

Being able to play online multiplayer of cross-platform titles with anyone, regardless of console or platform. This is the dream of Epic Games which has already realized, in part, with its Fortnite. The so-called...

Diablo III will have the cross-play

The cross-play is now an increasingly pressing demand from gamers and all the big companies, with their flagship titles are trying to satisfy their users. Not less ...

PC Gaming Show - Orcs Must Die! 3 cross borders ...

After about a year of exclusivity on Google Stadia, Orcs Must Die! 3 is preparing to land on all other platforms starting ...

Xbox @ E3 - Yakuza Like a Dragon arrives in the Game ...

During the Xbox & Bethesda E3 conference it was announced that Yakuza Like a Dragon has officially joined the catalog ...

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