10 Video Games That Should have PS4-Xbox Cross-Play
There are few games which have quite as broad an appeal as Minecraft. The open world game of exploration, creativity and resource management has hooked players of all ages and backgrounds with its innovative playstyle and the enticing prospect of creating a personal digital castle to keep away the monsters. Plus, it’s immensely fun to create giant Lego shapes across the landscape – players working together have produced fantastic feats of digital engineering that often take many, many man-hours to get right.
Considering the size and scope of the Minecraft fanbase, introducing cross-platform multiplayer support would be a logical step to helping players of all consoles share experiences with greater ease. While Minecraft is now owned by Microsoft, the company has been willing thus far to share and share alike with their cash cow, as evidenced by the recent release of Minecraft for Wii U. If there’s money to be made in allowing cross-platform play, Microsoft will do doubt be willing to break down walls between platform versions.