Battlefield 2042 is coming out next month and fans are hoping that it’s going to be a satisfying experience, with features like Battlefield Portal and the recently-confirmed Hazard Zone looking great, so knowing if there will be Battlefield 2042 Cross-Play has been a priority for many.
It used to be a fantasy, Cross-Play is slowly becoming the norm for multiplayer titles, with games like Apex Legends and Power Rangers: Battle of the Grid having the popular feature, so you can see why fans want Battlefield 2042 Cross-Play.
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Cross-Platform In Battlefield 2042
Battlefield 2042 will support cross-platform play, as well as cross-progression. You'll be able to play with friends on any other platform of the same generation, as well as keep your upgrades and progress on each version of the game you own.
Admittedly, Battlefield 2042 crossplay will be slightly limited, as PS5, PC, and Xbox Series X players will be able to play together while PS4 and Xbox One users will only get to play with each other, though that does add more players to the proceedings.
The lack of free next-gen upgrades for PS4 and Xbox One owners is also pretty disappointing but it was recently stated that those who purchase the Standard Edition can now upgrade to their next-gen counterparts, albeit with a price.
Battlefield 2042 is coming out on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC on November 19.