That means Xbox and Switch owners can create and share their games with one another.
The ongoing consolidation of the Nintendo Switch and Xbox One userbase continues. While cross platform play has typically been the most visible result of Xbox and Nintendo playing nice with each other, here’s something else that might manage to catch the attention of even those who otherwise would claim to not care for cross platform play: RPG Maker MV, which is launching on consoles later this year, and will allow its players to make and share their own RPGs, will be cross compatible on Xbox One and Switch, Famitsu reports (translated via Nintendo Everything).
What this means is, if you are on Xbox, you can share your RPG with other Xbox and Switch players, while also being able to play creations by Switch owners. Similarly, if you are a Switch owner, you can play Xbox owners’ creations, and share yours with them. It’s a fantastic situation, because there’s more potentially great user generated content for you now.
I don’t know if Sony will allow the PS4 version to interact with the Xbox and Nintendo versions (probably not), but I do hope that the PC version, at least, can interact with Xbox and Switch. RPG Maker MV launches on Xbox One, PS4, and Nintendo Switch later this year. It is already available on PC.