Not that long ago, the thought of cross-platform online multiplayer between Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo sounded like a pipe dream. In the past year or so, thanks to games like Minecraft, Fortnite, and Rocket League, competitors have realized that supporting crossplay is a win for all (Sony only just realized this, but better late than never). Cross-platform play is a beneficial feature for everyone. It has the potential to drastically increase player pools so you’ll never have a problem finding a match online and allow you to play your favorite multiplayer games alongside friends on other consoles. While the feature is still in its infancy, we’ll likely see it expand in the coming years to cover major franchises like Call of Duty and Battlefield. For now, here’s a running list of all the games that already support cross-platform play.
Right now, only one game supports crossplay across all platforms. It just happens to be the most popular game in the world by a mile.
Fortnite: PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC, mobile
Many games support crossplay with some platforms, but not all.
Note: / indicates separate crossplay support for different platforms
Microsoft’s Play Anywhere initiative allows many first-party titles to be bought once and played on both Xbox One and PC. Some of the games in the program even support crossplay.