Destiny 2 fans have been eagerly waiting for crossplay support, and it has arrived months ahead of schedule … kind of.
Chronicle Video Games Reports indicate that the arrival of crossplay support is actually a coincidence of technical luck. Bungie Community Manager Cozmo tweeted on Wednesday asking players to participate so that they turn the feature off later this week.
“We’re seeing reports that some players are gaining insight into crossplay,” Cosmo said. “It’s not supposed to be shown live yet nor is it representative of the entire experience. We’ll implement a fix later this week to remove public access. Meanwhile, we welcome it.” Your to share. “
We see reports that some players might get a glimpse of crossplay.
It is not supposed to be alive yet nor is it the complete experience. We’ll implement a fix later this week to remove public access. Meanwhile, you are welcome to participate. https://t.co/CKOfg1Fpq6
– cozmo (@ cozmo23) 12. May 2021
Destiny 2’s Connect season also kicked off this week, and data miners quickly discovered evidence of a potential multiplayer beta in Destiny 2’s future, indicating a new strikes banner has been awarded. Eurogamer.
Destiny 2 Assistant Director Joe Blackburn said in February that Bungie plans to introduce co-play this fall.
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Joseph Knope is a writer / producer / hunter for IGN.