Tekken 7 Developer Now Supports Cross Play Too!

More pressure on Sony & Microsoft?

Tekken Game Designer Michael Murray has hinted at a possibility of cross-platform play for Tekken 7 should Sony and Microsoft agree.

The news comes after a pro-gamer tweeted to Murray asking about the possibility of cross-play.

Tekken 7 is the newest in a line of game developers to support the notion of cross-network play after Blizzard, with Overwatch, and Psyonix, with Rocket League, have both voiced interest in bringing harmony to the gaming universe by allowing PS4 and Xbox One gamers to play together. While Microsoft has agreed with Rocket League, Sony is still silent.

Whether or not we’ll ever see that happen is anyone’s guess, but then it brings up issues relating to the fees you pay for online gaming services – Xbox Live and PS Plus. The only thing we can do is keep our fingers crossed and if enough game developers put pressure on the companies they may just cave.

 

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