Psy­onix, the devel­op­ers of Rock­et League, announced the title has now entered the PlaySta­tion Cross-Play Beta pro­gram. This means play­ers across the Nin­ten­do Switch, Xbox One, PC and PlaySta­tion 4 can now enjoy the game togeth­er.

This is the sec­ond title to be includ­ed in the pro­gram. Fort­nite was the first, which start­ed in towards the end of Sep­tem­ber of last year. Now that Rock­et League has also has full-cross play sup­port, it might be the push Sony needs to include more titles, like Minecraft or Des­tiny.

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To make sure Cross-Plat­form play is enabled, go to Main Menu, select Options and make sure the Cross-Plat­form Play box is checked in the Game­play tab.

Psy­onix is also releas­ing a cross-plat­form par­ty sys­tem, which allows peo­ple to part­ner up with friends on plat­form. If you wish to play with friends before the sys­tem is imple­ment­ed, you can start a pri­vate to do so.

Source: PlaySta­tion