Now that Sony’s opened its doors to cross-play on the PlayStation 4, another title seems likely to jump aboard. Rocket League, which is one of the games that the Japanese giant’s previous policy blocked, is looking like it’ll support players across Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PS4 soon, as Psyonix has provided an update on the feature.
While it didn’t specifically announce anything, explaining that these things take time, it pointed out how passionate it is about cross-play. “It is with the greatest joy that I can now acknowledge that all the major consoles are making progress towards a truly all-platform cross-platform play experience,” a spokesperson said. “I want everyone to understand just how much of a priority this is for us and always has been for our team.”
Sony is currently conducting a cross-play beta test in Fortnite, but it’s indicated that it will eventually roll the functionality out to other games and services in due time. Rocket League will almost certainly be one title that gets the update, with Minecraft also on the agenda as well. Expect a lot of stories like this over the coming weeks.