Sony may have thought that its console cross-play beta – which currently supports Fortnite and Rocket League – would buy it some time, but it looks like that’s running out. Hot on the heels of War Thunder developer Gaijin Entertainment – who says it’s in regular contact with the Japanese giant about adding console cross-play and is yet to get clearance – Hi-Rez Studios has called the company out.
Here’s what CEO and president Stew Chisam wrote on Twitter:
For those of you who haven’t been keeping up, the PlayStation maker launched a console cross-play beta last year, initially with Fortnite. It’s since opened up the programme to Rocket League, but some developers are frustrated that it’s not accepting applicants quicker. The company’s yet to comment on its roadmap, so expect the pressure to mount if it remains silent.