Epic Games has declared that its Battle Royale game, Fortnite, will be upgraded to hold “cross-play, cross-progression, and cross-purchase” among the Xbox One, PC, Mac, and iOS platforms of the game.
Epic Games unveiled this week that Xbox One users will be capable to play Fortnite with the computer, Mac, and smartphone players, but not PS4 users; so, PS4 users will be able to play against all platforms except Xbox. In the latest report to our source, Microsoft is pointing the complaint squarely on the Sony.
“We’ve operated jointly with Nintendo to enable cross-network play among Xbox One and Switch and our presentation to do the corresponding with PlayStation users still continues,” states a Microsoft spokesperson. “For any other issues concerning Fortnite cross-network play among Xbox and PlayStation, please contact to Epic or Sony straight.” our source has moved out to both Epic Games and Sony, but neither brand has yet to reply.
The Epic Games website states “With each latest platform we resist and every upgrade we launch, we try to make Fortnite to more players, and builds it comfortable to play collectively with colleagues. And, as regularly, cross-play is opt-in.”
According to Epic Games, Fortnite smartphone is “the corresponding 100-player game you remember from Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, and Mac” with the “very gameplay, very map, very content, very weekend upgardes.”
Now, in 2018, the stands have changed. PS4s are exceeding Xbox Ones and Sony continues silent on that chance, although its business with Epic enabling cross-play among PS4, PC, and smartphone, but not Xbox One, would appear to address for itself. If ever there was the ideal chance to declare the digital wall among the two stages would be proceeding down, or at least get some doors, the declaration of Fortnite: Battle Royale getting to smartphones was it.