Meet Your Maker Crossplay & Cross-Platform

I’m sure many people that are planning to play this game will want to know if there will be crossplay and cross-platform in Meet Your Maker. Well, the answer is both yes and no. A part of the game is going to be cross-platform. However, the majority will not. Here’s what I mean by that.

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meet your maker crossplay & cross-platform
Meet Your Maker Crossplay & Cross-Platform

Meet Your Maker Crossplay and Cross-Platform

There will be no crossplay and cross-platform support in Meet Your Maker. At least, there will be no such option on launch. That’s according to the official FAQ. Now, the wording there definitely implies that there might be plans to introduce the ability to play with other platforms at some point in the future. Obviously, we can’t say for certain; we’ll just have to wait and see. Now, none of this is to say that there is zero communication between platforms: “The game supports cross-content across all platforms (ability to raid an Outpost built on other platforms).” In other words, you can play dungeons made by people on any platform. That makes perfect sense; otherwise, there’d be no point to the game’s gimmicks.

So, that’s the verdict on crossplay and cross-platform support in Meet Your Maker at time of writing. It’s a bummer, but at least you’ll still be able to explore the Outposts made by the whole player base. That said, it’s still a severe limitation for a game that will most likely live and die on its multiplayer capabilities. I mean, sure, there are many multiplayer games that got by fine before introducing crossplay. However, when you’re introducing a new IP like this, I’d at least make sure to let everyone know that playing with people on other platforms will be a thing in the future. But, again, we’ll have to wait and see what will happen.

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