Warframe now has full cross-platform play support
Following some previous tests for select platforms, Digital Extremes has enabled full cross-platform play support for Warframe.
Starting today, PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo Switch, and PC players can chat, join Squads, meet in Relays and Dojos, and matchmake together. However, the developer notes that VoIP chat features are unavailable for now.
Players have the option to turn off cross-platform play in the settings and players sharing names across platforms will be provided with a numerical suffix to differentiate them.
“Warframe will always be a game best played and enjoyed with friends and that’s why launching Cross Platform Play is such an incredible moment for us,” Sheldon Carter, chief operating officer at Digital Extremes, said. “Together with our partners, we have broken down the walls that have prevented our players from experiencing the thrill of Warframe as one united community. Now, you can complete bounties and adventure across our open worlds or jump into new co-op Survival missions in our Lua’s Prey update with friends unrestricted by platform. Get ready for even more opportunities to make friends across the Origin System.”
Warframe is available now on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC.
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