Destiny 2 players can officially look forward to crossplay supporting coming in Fall 2021.
Bungie released a large update post on their news blog this afternoon, Feb. 25, detailing their plans for the Witch Queen, goals for 2021, and a brief look at 2022. The letter, authored by the development team, is just over 3600 words on everything players can look forward to following the Season of the Chosen.
Destiny 2 Crossplay Fall 2021
"Crossplay is coming to the masses in Season 15," the team wrote, "We’ll be doing some internal rollouts and alpha tests in Season 14 to prepare for a widespread launch this fall. With Crossplay, you’ll be able to play with all your friends no matter what platform you call home."
Finally, Destiny 2 Guardians can partner with their strongest teammates across the console divide.
Regarding why the developers are interested in introducing the function now, they draw direct attention to the desire to "make sure we are still taking the time to upgrade the systemic foundation of Destiny 2 to support everything we want to do in the future."
"Our ultimate vision for Destiny 2 still stands – a definitive action-MMO, a unified global community where you can play Destiny anywhere with your friends. For 2021 this means upgrading our approach to keeping Destiny’s weapon and armor game fresh, refining our vision for PVP, implementing transmog, and adding Crossplay." They wrote.
More information about all the new features detailed can be found on Bungie's published news post.