At E3 this year, Microsoft and Nintendo announced that Minecraft for the Nintendo Switch would include cross-play between their platforms, allowing fans to play with their friends regardless of their console of choice. Sony apparently declined the invitation, and once again, Playstation fans will miss out on another cross-play game.
Crazy Justice, a cel-shaded third-person-shooter from developer Black Riddles, will be the second game to offer cross-play between Xbox One, Switch, and PC. This not only reassures gamers that cross-play will continue to be supported by Microsoft and Nintendo, but also supports the idea that indie games will also be heavily supported by both companies.
Executive Vice President of Gaming at Microsoft, and the head of the Xbox brand, Phil Spencer recently notified his 486,000 followers on Twitter of the announcement, which was met with excitement and encouragement by thousands of gamers.
The game is currently seeking backers on the crowdfunding website, Fig, and has almost reached its goal of $30,000 (which it needs to reach before the 20th of October).
Crazy Justice will be coming to the Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, Playstation 4, and PC, and is expected to be released by Q2 2018.