He also outlines several additional features that would make cross-platform play a better experience for players.
Sony claims that the cross-platform play functionality is available to anyone who asks.
If only because cross platform play by definition does not apply to all games.
“Without Epic, we would not be close to cross-play in its current state," Hi-Rez general manager Chris Larsson.
Sony has the agility and foresight of a true market leader.
Unlike other companies, I guess, who do everything in their power to create as many obstructions for cross platform play as they can.
Sony offers the first indication it may be willing to change its stance on cross platform play.
"We believe being both developer-forward and fan-forward is in the best interest of the game."
The Fortnite developer believes it is only a matter of time.
"We would love to work with Sony to bring players on PlayStation 4 into this ecosystem as well."
Sony is on the wrong side of history.
There really isn't, though...
Everything is ready to go on Pysonix's end.
Hence the lack of cross-platform play.
Phil Spencer doesn't confirm anything but a "connected ecosystem" among devices is up for discussion.
Curiouser and curiouser.
Functionality already available in Japan, coming soon to the US too.