Aside from the focus on firearms and integrating some randomly generated environments, the Remnant series sets itself apart from other souls-like games mainly with its focus on co-op. Both titles encourage you to team up with two friends to fight your way through the mutated monsters that await. After so many years of progress in terms of multiplatform games incorporating full cross-platform support, you might assume Remnant 2 will follow suit and let you make a group with anyone regardless of what platform they’re on. However, the truth may be a bit more disappointing. Before you make plans with your squad, here’s what you need to know about Remnant 2′s cross-platform support.
Is Remnant 2 cross-platform?
Unfortunately, Remnant 2 does not have cross-platform play between PS5, Xbox Series X or PC and there’s no word about it being added in the future.
This means you won’t be able to play multiplayer with friends on other platforms. This will surely come as a disappointment for a lot of fans jumping into the live-service co-op game since cross-platform play is becoming more and more common. The game’s predecessor, Remnant: From The Ashes, even featured limited crossplay when it was launched in 2019.
It’s possible that limited crossplay could become available down the road. We’ll keep this article updated if there is new news on that front.