top legendGame director Steven Ferreira explained in a new interview that the developers of ‘don’t forget about the cross-development process, it’s very difficult to do. The highly-anticipated feature is “definitely coming”, he said Dexertobut it still has no definite date.
Apex fans were disappointed to discover that cross-development may not be introduced with Season 16, but Ferreira reaffirmed Respawn’s commitment to rolling out the feature–and doing it right.
Ferreira explains: “We’re definitely excited about the upcoming cross-development. It’s more complicated than expected and we wanted to make sure it’s ready. Also, because you only have one trace. crack when launching something like this”. “I don’t have a specific date, but it will definitely come.”
Previous updates have also addressed how difficult it was for Respawn to roll out cross-progress for Apex Legends–given its sudden popularity, one of the factors that presented a challenge awake.
“Not only do you have to deal with the technical challenge of consolidating existing accounts, but there are legal and contractual issues to navigate when making purchases on other platforms. Different regions have laws. different. It’s a mess,” said Ryan Rigney, Respawn’s communications director explained in 2021when the feature is still slated to launch in 2022.
Design director Ethan Nikolich added from a technical point of view: “Our tech stack is a bit old. It’s not built with cross-development in mind.” question last year’s cross progress.
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