The director of Dying Light 2 Stay Human confirmed that this product does not support Cross-Play at the time of release.
The creators of Diving Light 2 say that this game is a wide-ranging single-player action RPG that has been supported for up to five years. In the meantime, people who are interested in the multiplayer gaming experience may go for the Dying Light 2 Stay Human four-person co-op. But on the day of release, the game does not support cross-play (an online multiplayer experience between players on different platforms such as Xbox and PlayStation).
According to the director of Dying Light 2, even among the consoles of different generations of the same company, we will not see cross-play in this experience. In other words, even Xbox One users, ie Microsoft’s 8th generation console, can not compete with users of the new Xbox X series consoles | Experience the Xbox Series S experience. Of course, it seems that some time after the release of Dying Light 2 Stay Human, we will see the addition of this feature to it. The director of Diving Light 2 explained: “It is not possible to do this (cross-play experience) at the time of release. But working on [کراس-پلی] “We have been able to make it possible after the game is released.”
It remains to be seen when and at what level the Polish company will add cross-play to Dying Light 2 Stay Human. Can only users of all of a company’s consoles, such as PlayStation 5 players and PlayStation 4 players, go to the co-op together, or go beyond the makers, for example, to provide a multiplayer experience between PlayStation and Xbox platform gamers? We have to wait longer until the official game news is published.
Dying Light 2 Stay Human game on February 4 (February 4) for PlayStation 5, Xbox X Series | The Xbox S Series, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC and Nintendo Switch (Cloud-based version) will be available.