As Sony mentioned in its statement addressing the lack of Switch crossplay, the company has "more than 80 million monthly active users on PlayStation Network", meaning that the company only seems interested in retaining and expanding that number. The industry giant is still undergoing a massive backlash related to cross-platform play on its PlayStation 4 console.
At this precise moment in time it doesn't matter what Sony has done in the past with its console, or games, right now all people care about is why they can't play Fortnite on Switch if they have a PS4 account.
These PlayStation Hits will be available from 18th July and include a range of "award-winning epics to family-friendly favourites". He continued: "They didn't like someone buying something on an Xbox and it being used on a Playstation. simple as that. dumb reason, but there it is".
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The other games in the collection consist of the following: Bloodborne, Driveclub, Infamous Second Son, Killzone Shadow Fall, Little Big Planet 3, Ratchet & Clank, Battlefield 4, Doom, Project Cars, Street Fighter V, Yakuza 0, Yakuza Kiwami and Metal Gear Solid 5 The Definitive Edition.
You can play in the same Fortnite match if you're on PlayStation 4, PC, or mobile but while Xbox One and Switch owners can also pitch in together Sony has made sure the PlayStation 4 can't join in. We're introducing PlayStation Hits, a selection of incredible PS4 games that are easy on the wallet.
The PlayStation Hits promo is also available for Canadian gamers through the local PS Store site and several retailers based in the country. All the greatest hits have been sold at discount offers by the company on every platform except for the PS Vita. "We believe being both developer-forward and fan-forward is in the best interest of the game", Nintendo of America head Reggie Fils-Aime told IGN.