by Joshua Russo
Psyonix announced today that players of Rocket League on the Xbox One will now be to cross-network play with PC players very soon. They also teased possible “other platforms” for cross-network play. The announcement was posted on Rocket League‘s official website:
Welcome to the new age of online gaming!
Officially confirmed by our friends at Microsoft earlier today, Rocket League and Xbox One cross-network play will soon become a reality!
To say that the team here at Psyonix is both honored and excited to have Rocket League as the first cross-network game is a massive understatement. Cross-network play has been the number-one most requested feature our community has asked for since Rocket League was first announced on Xbox One, and now that we are able to pursue complete online unity on all platforms, today’s announcement is a dream come true.
Expect to see Rocket League cross-network play working on Xbox One and PC later this spring, with information regarding other platforms coming soon.
We can’t wait!
PlayStation 4 Rocket League players have been able to play with PC players for quite some time now, so if Sony plays nice with Microsoft, a deal for all networks to play simultaneously could be happening very soon.
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