Cross-platform play coming soon F1 22 This month begins with two public tests over the next two weekends, with full integration set to happen at the end of August.
Tests will run from Friday, August 5 to Sunday, August 7, and Friday, August 12 to Sunday, August 14. Players can compete in Race modes Social and Career two-player across all platforms – PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Windows PC, Xbox One and Xbox Series X.
Cross-platform multiplayer is intended as a launch feature when F1 22 hit shelves on July 1, but that was delayed because a contractor in Ukraine was handling the feature for UK-based Codemasters. Cross-platform multiplayer has long been requested by the F1 video game community, and Codemasters has included it in its two most recent non-F1 games, Dirt 5 and Grid Legendary.
Thursday’s statement assures players that crossplay can be disabled for those who just want to compete with people from the same line of devices. Overall, Codemasters expects cross-platform multiplayer to greatly improve matchmaking in online multiplayer, ensuring drivers are matched more consistently with others with more skill. similar ability. It will also enhance the two-player Career, launching in 2021, by bringing Formula One fans back with friends whose games are on a different line of consoles.