The famous free-to-play online role-playing game and shooter Warframe, developed by the Canadian company Digital Extremes, has finally received the long-awaited crossplay functionality that the company has been promising for a long time (at least since the previous year). Currently, cross-platform play across PC, Xbox, PlayStation, and Switch is supported in Warframe.

The ability to play across platforms may be toggled on and off, and it will be obvious, right next to a player’s username, which platform they are using. Regardless of the platform, you play on, you may now communicate with other players through chatting, joining squads, gathering in Relays and Dojos, and, of course, matchmaking.

Cross-play voice chat won’t be a part of the functionality when it first rolls out. Additionally, cross-platform saves will not be accessible, even though Digital Extremes is still working on implementing this feature at some point in the future.

Everyone will now be assigned a one-of-a-kind numeric code that may be required in certain circumstances. This is done to reduce the likelihood of misunderstanding occurring when multiple Warframe player pools are joined. Don’t worry; this is not a situation that requires Nintendo buddy codes; using those will only be necessary for really unusual situations. Here’s how everything comes together…

“To help identify players who have the same name across different platforms, each player has been assigned a numeric suffix. This suffix is only necessary when players are looking to invite someone into their squad or want to chat with other players who may have the same name. Players can find their suffix in their Profile from the game menu. Console players have an ability to include spaces in their Warframe alias. For PC players to Whisper (private message) to their friends on console with a space in their name, they must use apostrophes to capture their full name.”

On PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and Switch, you may play Warframe for free. You may find out more about the latest addition to this game, titled “Lua’s Prey,” which was recently published a few days ago here on this page.

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