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by Paul Acevedo 0
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Prepare to team up with space ninjas from other consoles and more.

Warframe Finally Gaining Cross-Play, Cross-Save, and Mobile Version

Warframe, the free-to-play action/shooter RPG, has been trucking along since 2013. Gamers can download the MMO-like space ninja game on all the big platforms, including PC, Xbox, PlayStation, and Switch. As multiplayer-focused games age, though, playerbase becomes an issue. It's hard to make war on the frames if you can't find anybody to play with. Thankfully, that will soon become less of an issue when Warframe gains cross-play and cross-save before the end of the year.

by Paul Acevedo 0
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PlayStation gamers won't be crossing the play anytime soon, alas

Borderlands 3 Now Has Crossplay on Most Platforms

Borderlands 3 is one of the biggest co-op shooters around. It's not exactly hard to find other players with which to co-op loot-shoot, but more potential players is usually better, right? As of today's update, finding online co-op partners should be even easier; crossplay (cross-platform multiplayer) has finally come to most versions of Borderlands 3. The update also adds permanent seasonal event toggling, a new level cap increase, and more.

by Jason Love 0
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So long Early Access, hello full release

Dauntless Officially Hits Version 1.0 Today

Dauntless, Phoenix Labs' free-to-play, Behemoth hunting action-RPG, is "Early Access" no more and rolls over to version 1.0 today. The title has seen a number of improvements and updates since its first alpha back in 2017 - including cross-save/cross-platform play, new weapons, new Behemoths to hunt, UI improvements, saved loadouts, a Hunt Pass, etc. - and there's plenty more to come.

by Jason Love 0
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Hmm... seems like something's missing... what could it be...

SMITE Now Supports Cross-Play/Progression on PC, Xbox One, and Switch

Earlier this week, Hi-Rez Studios released patch 6.1 for their third-person MOBA, SMITE. While there are a number of tweaks and fixes and other updates in this patch, the biggest feature is making the game cross-play and cross-progression across all platforms where the game is available: PC, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.

by Jason Love 0
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  • playstation 4
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Only applicable to the Comrades content

Windows 10 Version of Final Fantasy 15 Will Support Cross-Platform Play

Amidst all that talk of how the Windows version of Final Fantasy XV will take up 170 Gb of storage space for the highest of res graphics, there was an interesting little tidbit that popped up on the Microsoft Store listing for the title. That particular version of the game will allow you to team up with friends on the Xbox One to play the Comrades content together.

by Jason Love 0
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  • xbox one
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Prepare yourself by checking out these handy "tutorial" videos

Cellar Doors' Full Metal Furies Approaching Full Release

Canadian developer Cellar Door Games is best known for their 2013 hit, Rogue Legacy. After getting that game out on as many platforms as possible, they switched gears to an action-RPG brawler that will be nearing its release quite soon: Full Metal Furies. They teased that a launch date reveal will be dropping next Wednesday, December 6, so until we learn when we can get our mitts on this, enjoy some videos that lay out the "ABCs."

by Christopher Metz 6
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Yep, this one can only be played as co-op or in mass multiplayer.

No Single Player Available in PvZ: Garden Warfare, Pricings Revealed

Recently announced by EA, there are no plans to bring a single player mode to Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare, meaning that there’s more room for the multiplayer and co-op experiences to be expanded upon and develop. I touched upon this in our most recent Beyond Co-Op article, where I mentioned EA’s future “free-to-play&...

by Christopher Metz 3
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Yep, this is happening.

Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z Brings New Meaning to 'Dream Team'

As soon as we saw the trailer for Namco Bandai’s newly announced title, Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z, we realized we could possibly have a real gem of a game here, as far as Dragon Ball Z franchise goes. We asked ourselves: where could they possibly take the Dragon Ball Z games after making practically every character in the series playable? Well, how about mixing and matching them together to form super squads and fight as one?

by Christopher Metz 0
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Pocketwatch: could you possibly fast track your DLC plans, s'il vous plaƮt?

Scrapped Monaco Multiplayer Modes May Appear With Time

Monaco: What’s Yours is Mine is a wickedly fun co-op game to play, but a what if it had included a multiplayer mode as well? Would it have taken away from the immersive co-op gameplay we have now? Andy Schatz recently described some reasons why Pocketwatch Games decided to stick to their co-op guns and forgo some competitive modes for Monaco.

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