With the floodgates now being open on every platform for cross-play, Ubisoft has revealed that they are well underway to bringing the much-wanted feature to all their PvP-based titles.
During their quarterly two earning conference call, CEO of Ubisoft Yves Guillemot commented on the companies goal, ensuring that they are in full support of cross-play.
“Our goal is to put cross-play on all the PvP games we have, over time,”
Currently, two of their titles support crossplay between PC and consoles, them being Brawlhalla and the recent Just Dance game. No further details were given on when we could expect titles such as the Division 2, Rainbow Six Seige and other major AAA games by them would get cross-play, though with the push for live-services we expect sooner rather than later.
We certainly like this news ourselves as the more players available to play with, the better, though some may not share this same opinion. Hopefully, when cross-play is implemented in their more notable titles, the option to opt-out is given to those who do not wish to partake in it.
Ubisoft will be yet another major publisher to join in on the push for Cross-play, with the most recent one being Activision and their latest release of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.