Call of Duty: Modern Warfare – This is how the Crossplay for beta and release version works

20.09.2019 at 19:27 By Norman Wittkopf – Since yesterday runs the second beta weekend of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare for PS4 owners and for the first time for pre-order PC and Xbox version, which can now gamble together for the first time in the history of the game series. Matching with this, the game’s crossplay functionality has been recently introduced.

In the official blog on the website of Publisher Activision, the most important details of the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare cross-play feature were explained in more detail , which therefore requires optional activation by the players, but of course it can also be switched off as an option. In addition, it is noted that a CoD account is necessary of itself through the official website can be created . As a prerequisite, it should also be possible to maintain cross-platform friend lists.

This is how the balancing works

In terms of balancing between the different platforms, meanwhile, it should be ensured that nobody feels unfairly treated and so it should be possible to use PS4 and Xbox One mouse and keyboard, while PC players can use a controller. As a rule, the different platforms can only gamble together if they use the same type of input device. Nevertheless, according to the wording, there should also be lobbies without corresponding restrictions, which allow a mixed play. In any case, Crossplay support is limited to unplayed multiplayer games, while the ranking and tournaments remain unaffected.

Crossplay support after release

In addition, it is promised that after the release of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare on October 25, continue to work on a seamless cross-player support, such as the simultaneous simultaneous release of new game content on all platforms. Meanwhile, in the coming night, all players will enjoy the trial version, after previously only PS4 owners and pre-orderers of PC and Xbox version had the opportunity.

Be the first to leave a reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *