Except, of course, Sony has decided to not play ball again with Microsoft.
Mercury Steam may have just launched Metroid: Samus Returns for the Nintendo 3DS, but their next major release, Raiders of the Broken Planet, is already almost here as well. Ahead of its release, the studio is confirming that the game will support cross-platform play- Xbox One and Windows 10 users will be able to play with each other, as well as PS4 and Steam users.
Mercury Steam has also confirmed to WCCFTech that they are expecting a greenlight from Microsoft to enable Steam-Xbox One-Windows 10 cross platform play in the future–meaning that Sony will be left out as the odd man out yet again, due to them not agreeing to PS4 and Xbox One cross platform play.
That aside, if you are the more technically inclined, you will be happy to know that the Xbox One X runs the game at 1440p resolution, with a target performance of 60fps, while the PS4 Pro runs the game at 1260p resolution with the same targeted framerate. Raiders of the Broken Planet launches later this month on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.