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FIFA 21: No crossplay planned

FIFA 21: No crossplay planned

Crossplay is becoming more and more widespread in different games and allows friends who don't own the same console or play on the same platform to play together.

FIFA 21: No crossplay planned

Many fans and gamers hoped that cross-platform play would feature in FIFA 21. But unfortunately it will not for FIFA 21.

During a Q&A with EA Sports, it was revealed that there would be no crossplay coming. 

We know EA Sports never does anything like the others.

It was also revealed that cross-generational play will not be present, meaning PS4 and PS5, and Xbox One and Xbox Series X players won't be able to play together. 

This can be quite frustrating for many players who do not necessarily want to upgrade to Next-Gen quickly.


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