Gamers have been awaiting the sequel to the original Star Wars Jedi: The Fallen Order for several years. Now the wait is almost over, as Jedi Survivor is going to be released pretty soon. But what about playing with people on different platforms? Let's see if Star Wars Jedi: Survivor supports crossplay.
Developed by Respawn Entertainment and published by Electronic Arts, the game follows the events originally narrated in The Fallen Order. Among other things, it will let us hack off Stormtrooper limbs and that, perhaps, there will be a trilogy.
But what about cross-platform playing? Let's take a look and see.
Is Star Wars Jedi: Survivor cross-platform?
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor does not support crossplay.
The developers had previously mentioned how they could not develop that experience for the previous generation consoles such as the PS4 and Xbox. Jedi Survivor has been specifically developed to target PlayStation 5, Xbox One and PC.
Focusing on last-gen consoles will make Star Wars Jedi: Survivor quite an immersive experience, so that players will be able to enjoy the game in 4K resolution, across all platforms, along with a stable frame rate.
Will Star Wars Jedi: Survivor feature multiplayer?
Therein lies the problem with Jedi Survivor being cross-platform, as Respawn is developing the game as a single-player narrative-driven experience. So the studio is concentrating on writing a story that is going to continue the events of the previous game, Fallen Order, and that will be interesting for many players and fans of Star Wars.
Clearly, the studio felt that it would be difficult to develop both an emotional single-player experience and an interesting multiplayer gameplay. So they preferred to focus on the first. That is not to say that, perhaps, in future patches there will be multiplayer modes added to Star Wars Jedi: Survivor. We will be sure to update this guide if that will happen.