Chivalry 2 is shaping up to be the game of the summer. A medieval first-person/third-person sword and shield game pitting up to 64 players against each other in all-time dark battle. Whether you are playing team objective or team match, Chivalry 2 Keep your eyes spinning and your head scrolling through hours of fun gameplay. Are you playing against others on your PlayStation or did you just take down an Xbox rival? We want to know, no Chivalry 2 Is there cross-platform support?
Is there cross-platform support in Chivalry 2?
Currently, cross-platform support in Chivalry 2 is a bit ambiguous. The short answer is yes; Chivalry 2 features cross-platform support. However, crossplay only exists for matchmaking at the moment. Players on different consoles cannot group and play together. That means PlayStation players will be included in matches against Xbox and PC players, but they can’t invite them to a group.
Furthermore, PlayStation 5 players cannot invite their PlayStation 4 friends to join Chivalry 2 party. They can work around this by running the PS4 version of Chivalry 2 from their PS5. Xbox players are lucky when Chivalry 2’s the party system seems to be working for multi-generational players. Xbox One can be combined with Xbox Series X | S without any problems.
Crossplay has become an expected feature among modern multiplayer games. Even older games like Overwatch have started to adopt cross game. Present, Overwatch are in beta cross-play as they train the mechanics better.
If you’re adamant about only playing with others on your console, you can turn off crossplay in Chivalry 2. From the main menu:
- Tab past Setting
- press Option
- Tab down Multiplayer Matchmaking Below General
- Toggle if off
You’ll know it’s off when it reads Handicapped, and the yellow circle disappears.
Turn off crossplay in Chivalry 2 no benefit, and you will only find yourself waiting longer for matches. Chivalry 2’s In and out matchmaking is one of the fastest we’ve seen in the modern game. You barely have time to check your phone at the end of Lionspire before preparing for the Battle Pit.
Until PC hackers start infiltrating the world of Chivalry 2 (God save us from aim-bot Ballistas), Chivalry 2 is a completely fair cross-play community.
Experts have learned from Chivalry 2 beta that cross-platform parties are what fans want. Unfortunately, it’s not on the drawing board before launch. Now, post-launch, the developers at Torn Banner Studios are working hard to bring cross-platform parties to Chivalry 2.
Torn Banner is super clear when it comes to what they’re doing Chivalry 2. They even went so far as to make Trello board is open to the public. As you can see, cross-platform parties are one of their top priorities.