Redfall Crossplay Confirmed Across All Platforms
Arkane Studios has confirmed that Redfall will support crossplay across all available platforms.
As part of a Q&A with developer Arkane Studios, the team confirmed that Redfall will support crossplay via Xbox, PC Game Pass, Steam, and Epic Games Store.
This means that even if a player gains access to Redfall on Game Pass, for example, they'll still be able to pair up with someone else who purchased the game on another platform.
🤝 Crossplay confirmed between Xbox + PC Game Pass + Steam + Epic Game Store.— Redfall (@playRedfall) March 6, 2023
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"You can definitely play with your friends on Steam," an Arkane spokesperson said. "You join your friends wherever they are."
Redfall is an upcoming cooperative first-person shooter that pits players against deadly vampires. The game can be played solo, but leans heavily toward online co-op. Thanks to the news that it will support crossplay, it will be easy for players to jump in and slay vampires with friends, regardless of platform.
Although Redfall will have a single-player component, it was confirmed that you will need a persistent internet connection to play solo, along with a Bethesda.net account.
Redfall will launch for Xbox Series X|S and PC on May 2, 2023.
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