However, players will be able to carry over any UT progress from PS4 to PS5, as well as from Xbox One to Xbox Series X
Currently, it is strange that a multiplayer video game, especially a large one, does not have cross-play. In this sense, the possibility of playing the same title with people regardless of the platform has become, essentially, an indispensable feature of contemporary works, so it is common to see that large companies have their inclusion as something assured. Yet, for reasons that have not been determined, Electronic Arts will not have cross-play for FIFA 21.
Specifically, the FIFA Direct Twitter account, responding to a user’s question, clarified that cross-play will not be a mechanics of the project, neither between consoles of the same generation nor with respect to those of a different generation.
On the other hand, we will be able to transfer our progress in Ultimate Team from PlayStation 4 to PlayStation 5 and from Xbox One to Xbox Series X, but it will not be possible, for example, for a Nintendo Switch user to play with a PC user. But, its addition in the future is plausible, despite the fact that its premiere does not have such faculty.
FIFA 21, we remember, will go on sale on October 9 for PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch. Later, on a date yet to be determined, it will arrive on Xbox Series X, PlayStation 5 and Stadia.
Finally and with the aim of finishing off the information that we have wanted to share with all of you along these lines, we can only remind you that in ” Nintendo inquirer “ we will be extremely attentive to the next steps that Electronic Arts takes with the aim of serving you all news relevant that arises with respect to the FIFA 21.