Crash Team Rumble Crossplay & Cross-platform Explained

Does Crash Team Rumble have crossplay support? The legendary Crash Bandicoot is getting a brand-new game this summer. However, this time around, it is a completely new genre – a 4v4 MOBA game! Given the team aspect of the game, having a single shared player base will be important for CTR. Read on to learn what we know about Crash Team Rumble’s cross-platform support.

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Crash Team Rumble Crossplay & Cross-platform Explained

Is Crash Team Rumble Crossplay & Cross-platform?

Crash Team Rumble is set to be released on June 20th, 2023, with the beta being scheduled for April 20th. Both the beta and the full release of the game will be available on all platforms – PlayStation 5, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X and Series S. Given that this is a multiplayer team game which requires eight players for a match (4v4), having a shared player base across all platforms is essential for the game’s longevity and stable queue times. So, is there crossplay and cross-platform in Crash Team Rumble? Yes, there is!

The game features full cross-play and cross-platform support in the beta. That means that if you game on a PC, you will be able to play with your friends who own the game on Xbox Series X/S or the PS5. The same goes for cross-gen support. Xbox One and PS4 players will be able to match against those who play on Xbox Series X/S and PS5. Of course, if you don’t want to play against other players, you can always turn it off on consoles. Both PS5 and Xbox Series X have these options in their systems.

Finally, when it comes to players with a mouse and keyboard, and those who play with controllers, it doesn’t matter – they will all be able to play against each other. And that’s about all you need to know about Crash Team Rumble crossplay & cross-platform support.

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