Developer Arkane have confirmed that you will be able to play with your buddies regardless of platforms thanks to full cross-play support.
Vampire co-op shooter Redfall will feature full cross-play support across all platforms and storefronts, developer Arkane Studios confirmed. This includes cross-play between PC and Xbox Series X|S as well as Steam and Epic Games Store.
This pretty much covers every single storefront where Redfall will be available so players across all platforms will get to matchmaking together.
As you probably know, Redfall emphasizes co-op but it can also be played solo from start to finish. Judging by the trailers and gameplay so far, it does look like Redfall will be mad fun in co-op so it's great that cross-play will be supported on all platforms and storefronts.
One thing that Arkane Studios did not clarify is cross-platform saves. We still don't know if players will be able to play the game on their PC and then pick up where they're left off on their Xbox console. Given that Microsoft encourage "Play Anywhere" system, allowing players to play the game with one code across multiple devices, we expect that Redfall supports this too.
Redfall is officially launching on May 2, 2023, for PC and Xbox Series X|S via Game Pass.
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