I argued last June. We know since 2016 that Sony is the only company that offers friends the opportunity to play on PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC, as there is no technological limit.
And although Sony has been shown sinceand although and although Fallout developer Bethesda and and although the CEO of PlayStation America, Shawn Layden, … [1
"For cross-platform games, PlayStation is always the best place to play I think Fortnite has teamed up with Play Station 4 is the best experience for users, that's our belief," he said, according to The Independent.
"But actually, we've already opened some games as cross-platform with PC and some others, so we decide based on what's the best user experience, that's how we think across platforms," he added.
This second quote gives the impression that Sony would be open on a case-by-case basis if Sony considered the crossover game to be possible. Playing would be the "best user experience". That is something.
But do you know what would be the best user experience for me, Sony?
If I did not have to make a mental table of only would have what games my friends and colleagues own, but whether they own the PS4, Xbox, PC, or Switch version of the game before me thinking about an online game session – that would be the best user experience.
I now have a 21-month-old daughter, and for that I have no time, neither the time nor the willpower, to convince people to buy different consoles or versions of games than the ones they already have. 19659004] Sony has not responded to a request immediately.