Sony has announced that it will finally allow PS4 owners to play Rocket League against Xbox, Switch and PC players. Developers previously blocked the Rocket League cross-play, except for PS4 and PC, and said they were just waiting for Sony to give their predecessor.
Finally, Sony gave its support, first of all, to Fortnite and now to the Rocket League, partly due to last year's policy changes.
Rocket League developer Psyonix has enabled cross-play by default, but only to make sure it is, go to "Main Menu", select "Options" and then make sure the "Cross-Platform Play" box is marked "Game tab.
"Private Games" can be created to play with your friends until you release cross-platform parties by selecting "Play" from "Main Menu" then "Private Match" followed by "Create" or "Join Private Match".
"It's because you, our fans, and our generous partners about all the systems and services that have made it possible," Jeremy Dunham, Psyonix Publishing VP. "On behalf of the whole team, I thank you for your passion and perseverance, because we continue to do our best to make the Rocket League the best we can."
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