Is Meet Your Maker Crossplay? - Answered - Prima Games

Is Meet Your Maker Crossplay? – Answered

Can you play with your friends far far away?

by Jesse Vitelli

Meet Your Maker is a multiplayer game that allows players to build deadly outposts and enable other players to try and infiltrate these dangerous mazes. You can team up with friends or try your best to do it solo, but are you able to play with friends on other platforms? Does Meet Your Maker have cross-play? We have the answer for you below.

Is Meet Your Maker Crossplay? – Answered

Meet Your Maker does not support cross-play at launch. This information comes directly from the game’s FAQ page on the official website. The description reads as follows,

“The game supports cross-content across all platforms (ability to raid an Outpost built on other platforms). The game will not support cross-play nor cross-progression at launch.”

It will support the ability to raid other outposts built on other platforms, but you will not be able to team up with friends and different consoles and PC. So if you want to play with your friends, you’ll need to make sure you all get it on the same platform.

Related: Is Meet Your Maker on Xbox Game Pass? – Answered

The team might add cross-play in a future update, but there is no cross-play in the game as of the time of writing this. The same goes for cross-progression. If you have a character on one console, you won’t be able to bring it over to another console. So really think hard about where you want to plant your roots for Meet Your Maker because you’ll have to start all over if you switch platforms in the future.

That’s everything you need to know about if Meet Your Maker has cross-play. For more tips and tricks on Meet Your Maker, be sure to keep reading Prima Games. Are you thinking about playing on PC? Here are the minimum and recommended requirements for Meet Your Maker on PC.

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Jesse Vitelli

Jesse loves most games, but he really loves games that he can play together with friends and family. This usually means late nights in Destiny 2 or FFXIV. You can also find him thinking about his ever-expanding backlog of games he won't play and being constantly dehydrated. Do not contact him.

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