Final Fantasy XIV has cross-play throughout PlayStation four and PC, but Final Fantasy XIV Executive Producer Naoki Yoshida says Microsoft restrictions are holding up help (or a port) on Xbox One. That’s particularly notable, since Final Fantasy XI was a cross-platform pioneer years earlier, letting gamers be a part of up throughout PS2, Xbox 360, and PC, and that Sony has been essentially the most reticent cross-play supporter previously.
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“I would like to have Microsoft change their regulations,” Yoshida said. “For an MMORPG, a game which full communication is possible, regulations need to be created considering how massive an MMORPG is to have true crossplay FFXIV will not release crossplay without making this clear because that would only hurt the players. I think we can only try to continue having our discussions with those parties.”
Yet there are already examples of some video games getting by what appear to be the identical points. Dauntless lately went live with full cross-play throughout all three platforms, with no obvious restrictions on cross-platform chat. Dauntless does, nonetheless, permit gamers to decide out of cross-play – which would be the motive why it’s handled otherwise.
Microsoft has allowed cross-play with Final Fantasy titles in the future, Final Fantasy XI was playable across PS2, Xbox 360 and PC, but XIV’s wishes appear to be too much for Xbox to agree to.