Everyone’s favourite vehicular football game, Rocket League, is getting the final tick on its cross-play wishlist, as PlayStation 4 can now play against Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PC players.
The latest addition to the PlayStation cross play beta program, Rocket League joins the global phenomenon Fortnite, whose success can be in part attributed to its cross-platform achievement.
Players can go head to head, console against console from today, but partying up and playing together might take a while longer. Party systems require a different degree of control, for example, imagine adding your friends Xbox Live Gamertag on your PlayStation 4…
Rocket League will launch Party functionality to the PlayStation 4 in the first update of the year, though a date has yet to be announced.
Should you want to play with friends on other platforms before cross-platform parties release, however, you can! Just select “Play” from the “Main Menu,” then “Private Match,” followed by “Create” or “Join Private Match,” and you’re set from there.
Read the full release over on the PlayStation Blog.