With the latest Resident Evil update coming to The Division 2, we wanted to inform you about the current state of Crossplay in the game.
The Division 2 launched back in the year 2019
The Division 2 launched back in the year 2019 by Ubisoft’s Massive Entertainment and is the sequel to The Division. In the past, Ubisoft have announced the game will receive an update to the title that includes several Resident Evil apparel to mark the 25th anniversary of the horror franchise from Capcom. As servers are under maintenance We figured you’d be looking forward to getting on, putting on this outfit and playing with your friends. However, considering the The Division 2 crossplay being a shrewd system that we’ve decided to describe the players you can play on different platforms.
The simple response is PC players as well as Stadia players are able to participate together in the Division 2 crossplay feature. If you’re on different platforms, you’ll be limited to playing alongside other players on the platform you’re playing on. Unfortunately, the update, which is being implemented today does not appear to add any crossplay-related features in accordance with the notes for the patch. As a result If you’re looking to enable crossplay on players on your Stadia and PC versions of the game, it’s pretty easy to do it.
For PC players Crossplay is enabled by default
For PC players Crossplay is enabled by default, and you have the option to turn it off should you want to. For players running Stadia it is necessary to first make sure you have your Ubisoft accounts and Stadia accounts are linked. Then, The Division 2 crossplay should be turned on by default. If you wish to opt out, you may disable it using the settings.
It’s likely that you’ll see other players’ names with icons beside them. It indicates the game they’re on. This is inclusive of PC icons as well as Stadia icons. It’s important to note that if you don’t happen to have the feature activated and enabled, you’ll not be in a position to matchmake or group with the other platform. But, when you enter specific areas, like Dark Zone, you’ll still encounter players who are on another platform.
At the moment, it appears like the Division 2 crossplay isn’t planning to extend to other platforms, however I hope it’s something Ubisoft plans to bring out in the near future. Also the reports about the fact that Stadia is shifting away from developing video games and will continue to support third-party games broke the night before and hopefully, it’s not a sign of the end of Stadia’s existence. However, Google is determined to continue to help its users.