Far Cry fans want to know if Far Cry 6 has cross play. We have the answer.
Far Cry 6 launched with a multiplayer co-op mode that allows players to team up and fight back against the tyranny of Castillo’s dictatorship in Yara. Players can join up to complete a campaign and take on various special missions in their quest to liberate the island nation. Obviously, this is much easier to do when players have an assortment of comrades ready to take up arms beside them.
The only question is whether or not those comrades will come from across the console divide.
Is Far Cry 6 Cross Play?
Unfortunately, no. At the time of writing, Far Cry 6 does not support crossplay. Players will be confined to their own side of the console war if they’re looking to team up with others in the game’s co-op mode—PlayStation with PlayStation, Xbox with Xbox, and so on.
However, it does support “cross-generation” play, so players won’t need to worry about whether their Xbox comrade has a Series S, Series X, or previous-generation release.
Ubisoft has not made any concrete announcements or put out statements regarding the future of cross play for Far Cry 6 at the time time of writing. Perhaps, with a bit of public pressure, the publisher may consider investing in the feature in the coming months or years.
Currently, Far Cry 6 is available on PlayStation 4/5, Xbox One/Series S|X, and PC via Stadia, Luna, and the Ubisoft Store.