Cross-platform play could well be great for an activity like FIFA, plus the developers agree.

FIFA 19 do not possess cross-platform support on the different platforms it’ll be accessible on, but that doesn’t mean EA Sports haven’t looked at the possibility before.

FIFA players have be calling for some sort of cross-platform compatibility for many years, particularly if it comes to FIFA Ultimate Team. The mode, allowing players to develop teams of footballers bought out there or seen in randomised boxes, should certainly allow players to transport over their purchases and squads across consoles.

“It’s something we’ve considered, and it’s something we sometimes talk about,” creative director Matt Prior told Eurogamer at E3.

“There are a number of issues to exercise. I’m wanting to be diplomatic here! There are a number of issues to exercise with various first parties. But Fortnite does that now with PC to consoles.

“From a person standpoint, celebrate the community a whole lot of broader, which makes it a whole lot of more compelling.”

Fortnite’s example is proof the developer is considering it, because Epic Games showed everyone that an element that would have been unthinkable a number of short in the past is actually possible.

“I’m not creating any promises. But you’ve seen that [cross-platform play] happen in my ballet shoes very recently. If you’d inquired about that a couple of years ago I’d probably have said, ‘it’s not going to proceed. We’ll monitor to see.’ I think it can be a net profit to the users,” added Prior.

FIFA 19 fades September 29 on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Switch.

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