The long awaited Destiny 2 cross-play will have its beta released next week.
Destiny 2 fans can finally rejoice as fans from all platforms will be able to play together. Season of the splicer is live for a week only, and we are already getting features everyone has been waiting for. Bungie said players around the world will be able to play together for only two days. Although, they do have plans to bring the cross-play into the game next season.
Players from Stadia, Xbox, Steam, and Playstation will be able to team up and go ham all together. The matchmaking will be random meaning there will be no way to predict which platform players in your team are from. All teammates might be from the same platform or mixed up as it’s totally up to the matchmaking algorithm. However, the beta will not include all of the modes from Destiny 2 since it’s just a cross-play beta.
Moreover, in this beta, you will not be able to add friends and play together. Fans will have to play with random players and hope for the best. In fact, this is not the first time players will be experiencing the crossplay itself since it was leaked due to a bug recently. The bug gave some players the chance to play the beta beforehand but was removed later.
Bungie will be giving players who complete all three strikes in the Vanguard Strikes Cross-Play beta playlist a “Stars Crossed” emblem. The game is currently available on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Google Stadia. With now the cross-play coming soon, it is a game worth checking out for everyone.