Some weeks ago, Microsoft stormed all over the internet when it announced for the Cross-Network play between top three platforms, i.e, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC and sent an invitation to Sony Computer Entertainment for the purpose.

We are ready – Microsoft on Xbox One, PS4 Cross-Network Play

Recently, Microsoft’s head of [email protected] European, Agostino Simonetta had a moment of discussion with Eurogamer where he confirmed that the company is ready for the cross network play and support with any developer.

Absolutely – we’re ready. Rocket League is the first game – and it is a heavily network-orientated game. Last weekend I had a problem with my wife, I was playing too much Rocket League.

But yes, any title that wants to update their game to include cross-network play, any title that wants to launch soon and take advantage of that, we are ready.

Microsoft seems too much confident regarding the matter. They’re also working for the support between Windows 10 and Xbox One and Rocket League will be the first game where PC and Xbox One gamers will be playing against each other.

Sony’s representative also responded after Microsoft’s invitation by stating that the company has already been supporting cross-network play between previous consoles and PC and also will be willing take the necessary steps and talk with the developers. But Sony didn’t said whether it will be start working for the support between Xbox One, PS4 and PC. We might here more from Sony in the coming months, after they really plan, decide and create and strategy. Stay tuned for more updates!

Source: Eurogamer

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