Want to play– the first online multiplayer Fallout game ̵
"You can not do cross-play in 76," he said in a video interview. "We really would love that, but right now we can not."
When GameStar asked why, the answer was remarkably candid: "Sony is not as helpful as anyone would want," he said.
Sony and Bethesda did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
Very few game developers were willing to go to the plate and say that Sony's selfish business decision is the only barrier for games on PS4, Xbox, Nintendo Switch and PC, but the tide begins
first There was Rocket League.
"We are literally at the point where all we need is sharing on the Sony side and we can, in less than a weekday, turn it up and it will work and no problem. It would literally be one take a few hours to spread all over the world, so we're really waiting for the permission to do so, "said Rocket League VP Jeremy Dunham to IGN in 2016.
Then the gaming phenomenon Fortnite– if players found out they could not log in to the Nintendo Switch version if they had * ever * linked their Epic Games account to a PS4 in the past, much less play with others. That was two weeks ago.
Nextwith an ad showing that Microsoft and Nintendo were playing together to play "better together" – Sony still just under the bus tossing a week ago ,
The pressure could come on Sony – which is hammered after each new announcement of players, who want cross-play.
On Wednesdaysaid that Sony "sees many opportunities," but has made no promises. We will see. The director of Fallout 76, Todd Howard, ended his comment with the words, "We'll see what happens in the future."
(GameInformer previously reported using translated quotes.) We went back to the original English audio of Howard's comments.)