• Fortnite players aren't satisfied with Sony's response to the PlayStation-Nintendo Switch controversy

    8 days ago - By Business Insider

    After it became clear that Fortnite players who owned a Nintendo Switch and a PlayStation 4 were only able to use their account on one of the platforms, players were not happy with Sony.
    The company issued a response, but they didn't directly address the Switch and it left many players unsatisfied.
    Sony still has not explained why they are blocking players from playing on the Switch.
    After facing a wave of backlash, Sony issued a response on Thursday to its controversial decision to bar Fortnite accounts on PlayStation from being used to play Fortnite on Nintendo Switch, a problem that...
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  • Sony Mired in Controversy in ‘Fortnite' Nintendo Switch Debacle

    Sony Mired in Controversy in ‘Fortnite' Nintendo Switch Debacle

    8 days ago - By Fortune

    Sony is in deep trouble with gamers, and things only appear to be getting worse.
    The game company is facing backlash from PlayStation 4 players who are disappointed that they can't access their PlayStation 4 accounts for the wildly popular battle royale game Fortnite on the Nintendo Switch. Sony has decided to block those players from cross-play or being able to access and sync their gamer accounts between consoles. That means that all of the progress, purchases, and other content on PlayStation 4 Fortnite accounts won't be accessible on the Nintendo Switch or Xbox One .
    Soon after that...
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  • It sounds like PlayStation 4 and Xbox One players won't be playing together anytime soon

    It sounds like PlayStation 4 and Xbox One players won't be playing together anytime soon

    8 days ago - By Business Insider

    "Fortnite" is the biggest game in the world, available on every platform.
    On most platforms where the game is available, you can play cross-platform with friends on other consoles.
    In the case of PlayStation 4, Sony limits "Fortnite" players in two ways that are making players angry.
    It's the latest instance of Sony refusing to open its platform to cross-platform gameplay.
    Microsoft leader Phil Spencer said talks between Sony and Microsoft over cross-platform play have stalled.
    "I just get stuck in who this is helping," Xbox leader Phil Spencer told me.
    "It doesn't help the developer. The...
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